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A Mum from Australia sent us a message yesterday, asking if it really is absolutely necessary to introduce new foods separately. She said… “…friends...

Is the four day rule for introducing new foods to baby REALLY necessary – or is it an overly cautious, outdated practice? If you’re not already familiar with the four day rule, it simply means waiting at least four days before introducing each new food to your baby. So if, for example, you offer your baby sweet potatoes for the very first time on Monday, then...

Spicy baby food? if you’re new to our blog or website, then you might be surprised at the idea of spicing up baby’s meals, particularly if...

We received a message last week from a visitor who wanted to know more about introducing various foods from within one food group. If she introduced her son to one type of fish, for example Рand there was no allergic reaction or digestive issues Рcould all types of fish then be considered safe? The answer is that it IS possible to be allergic to one type...

So – when you are introducing new foods to your baby, it’s important to follow the ‘four day rule’. This means giving your baby the new food, then waiting for AT LEAST four days before giving him another new food. Why is this important? Well, if your little one has a bad reaction to peaches, for example, and you introduce peaches and pears at the...