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Dr Abby Baskett explains the art and science of breastfeeding to new and expectant mothers. It’s incredible what our bodies are designed to do and how they do things at just the right moment, often without any conscious direction. When it comes to …

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Best snacks for new mums

Eating and drinking can be a challenge while you have a new baby in the house. You get used to eating most meals cold or reheated and hot drinks half-finished. If you’re breastfeeding, you'll need to eat a little extra too – about 2000-2100kJ …

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Allergy testing is no easy task. Natasha Berman and Asti Renaut share their inside knowledge for the benefit of fledgling food detectives. Assessing reactivityIf you have a suspicion that an unknown food may be triggering unwanted symptoms in your …

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Tips for dealing with today’s food allergies

When your child has an allergy, food can spell fear. But help is at hand. Nutritionist Hannah Gentile shares tools to help parents manage. I very clearly remember my personal introduction to food allergies. We were on holiday in Florida with our …

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All you need to feed

Here are a few of our favourite mealtime basics: just add a generous dollop of patience and humour – and a few cleaning products for the aftermath.                     phil&teds Poppy highchair in blackThe food tray clicks in and …

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Smoothly does it: starting your baby on solids

When and how to start solids has been hotly contested over the years. Hannah Gentile gets back to the facts and shares tips for making the transition a smooth one. Introducing solid foods is probably one of the most heavily discussed areas of …

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Five ways to prevent & treat sore nipples

Your nipples are one of the more sensitive parts of your body, so when you start breastfeeding, it pays to protect them. Here are five ways to prevent and treat sore nipples so you can breastfeed without pain. 1) Check your latch