Children will “feel” your state of mind. They know if you are upset, angry, joyful, carry resentment or jealousy, if you are sad or in a total state of bliss and contentment.Details
Two out of three women who are pregnant experience some nausea and vomiting, some experience worse symptoms than others.
The cause of morning sickness (or for the unfortunate, all day sickness) is poorly understood. That’s why I was excited to discover the latest research that suggests that nausea and vomiting are actually signs that the embryo is healthy and mother has sufficient iodine!Details
Iron deficiency anaemia is the most common micronutrient deficiency worldwide. Infants and children are particularly at risk due to high requirements for iron for growth and development. In this blog post I will explain 3 key points you may want to consider in order to reduce the risk of iron deficiency anemia in your child.Details
Did you know that iodine is responsible for your baby’s brain development? In fact, research has shown that iodine can improve IQ, learning and understanding. Iodine is a trace mineral found in the soil in which our food is grown, However, the content of iodine varies depending on rainfall, how far we live from the sea and which foods we eat.Details