Category: Mother & Child

get back your pre-pregnancy body

Get Your Pre-Baby Body Back

Welcoming home a new little one is an amazing experience, but it’s not always easy. As a father of a two-and-a-half-year-old and a newborn, balancing my growing family with workouts and other responsibilities is a constant juggling act. And of course, it’s even tougher on the mom, whose body has undergone drastic changes. But studies show...

pregdancy and vitamin deficiency

Low vitamin D levels during pregnancy are fairly consistently associated with troubling outcomes

Vitamin D is a vitamin which encourages the absorption and metabolism of calcium and phosphorous. From the five forms of vitamin D discovered, the D2 and D3 are the most important for the human body. To ensure you enough vitamin D, you should expose yourself to sunlight, because your body produces this substance under the sun...

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The Perfect Time for Introducing Your Baby to Solid Foods

For a healthy infant, the moment of introduction of solid foods depends on his neurologic and gastrointestinal maturation. Usually, the child is ready for non-liquid foods when he is able to sit and to coordinate chewing and swallowing of this kind of food. By the age of 4 to 6 months, the baby can digest and...

father and child

Being a parent and the negative impact on the physical activities and dietary intake habits

Mommies tend to be saggy If a baby shows up into your life, you already know that you are not the person making the rules anymore. Your baby becomes the boss; he shifts the centre of your universe. It’s exciting, interesting and fun being a parent, but also consuming and overwhelming. Sometimes you are so absorbed...

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Diversifying baby`s food recipe for 6 to 9 months

Food diversification using this recipe can be done beginning with the age of 6 months. Meals will be gradually replaced with solid foods- only one, in the initial stage, and the second until 9 months. Lunch is the first meal replaced with solid foods. WEEK 1 Ingredients assorted vegetables (carrots, parsley, celery root, parsnip, pumpkin)  1...

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Common types of eating disorders in children

When your child refuses to eat or eats too little, he experiences intense fear of being fat, he hides to binge himself, or he has cuts and calluses across the top finger joints, he might have an eating disorder. Eating disorders are syndromes characterized by major disturbances in eating behavior and by distress or excessive concern...

what to eat when pregnant

A Diet for Your Baby’s Healthy Start or What to Eat when Pregnant

It is usually said that a pregnant woman is eating for two. The truth is that mothers only need about 300 extra calories per day during pregnancy (an extra sandwich, for example, or some healthy snack like a glass of milk). But all that you eat as a future mother has to be healthy, because what...

adhd

About Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and How To Handle it

  Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is one of the most common behavioral problems in children. They are inattentive, over-active; they react impulsively and present difficulties in focusing for longer periods of time. Usually, ADHD affects children and adolescents, but it can continue into adulthood, too. The ADHD may be pretty difficult to diagnose because every...