Are you dealing with a fussy or problem eater at home? The SOS approach to feeding might be the solution you’re looking for. This evidence-based approach takes a holistic approach to your child’s feeding habits. Our newest team member, Hayley Heaney, is a registered nutritionist and feeding therapist who utilises the SOS approach to help children…

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‘Why can’t I lose weight?’ After a long winter combined with lockdown, many mums are realising they’ve put on at least a couple of kilos. But the last thing you want to do is jump back on the diet bandwagon of restricting what you eat and exercising religiously for a few weeks, only to quit.…

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When your baby is young, feeding them is simple – it’s either breastmilk or formula. But what happens when it comes to introducing solids? Can it make a significant impact on your baby’s health? The answer is: absolutely. How you introduce foods, the foods you introduce and when you introduce them can have a huge…

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Is your little one suffering from eczema? As with children, eczema in babies is a multi-factorial condition. By identifying the contributing factors and making some simple changes, you can help to relieve their eczema symptoms naturally. Watch the video below or keep reading to learn more about natural remedies for eczema in babies.  Understanding…

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Constipation in babies is a common problem for parents. Constipation looks different for every bub, but it’s not a pleasant or comfortable experience! The good news is there are ways we can get their bowels moving using natural and gentle methods. Watch the video below or keep reading to learn about alleviating constipation in babies…

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Is your little one spitting up milk after a feed, unsettled and arching their body, or struggling to gain weight? Reflux in babies is a common concern for new parents. For some babies, reflux doesn’t bother them at all. But for others, it can be uncomfortable or even painful. The good news is that there…

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When kids fall sick, parents will often rely on medication for fever relief. It’s easy for us to access them, and we believe we’re doing the right thing for our kids because they feel better afterwards. However, medicines such as paracetamol and ibuprofen don’t need to be our first port of call. In many cases,…

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As winter sets in, our kids pick up germs and fall ill. When we take them to the doctor, we’ll often walk away with a prescription for antibiotics. But the use of antibiotics for kids comes with short-term and long-term effects. The immune system and the digestive system suffer devastating effects after just one course…

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With the cold weather setting in, many parents are dealing with sick kids. You might have noticed that your children fall sick far more frequently than you do over the wintertime. But the good news is that this is perfectly normal and even healthy! The immune system is complex, and there are differences between your…

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Do you have a moody teenager on your hands? Teenage anger, sadness, frustration and even aggression is a normal part of the development that occurs through the teen years. However, there are some ways that we can support them through this transition.  Are teenage anger, frustration and moodiness due to hormones? The mood issues…

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