The most ‘Googled topic’ on the internet is – high-calorie foods for my baby! Isn’t it? If you are a mother you would agree to this, and if you aren’t then you need to ask your mother!
In a single year, the average child under 5 years old may be sick with diarrhea, cold, cough, flu. Here are essential nutrients to include in your child’s diet to protect him/her from falling sick. Read on to know what’s these 5 essentials for those especially under 5!
Fats help to absorb certain vitamins like A, D, E & K and are even building blocks of hormones. Good enough reason to include them in your child’s daily diet plan.
Let’s be smart, mommies! Don’t fret over your child’s eating habits. One major challenge which I faced was how to include fruits in my kid’s routine. If you are also worried about the same, then, let me help you out!
Most of the times we tend to concentrate on proteins, carbohydrates, fats and so on. Amidst this, the lesser-known but equally vital mineral nutrients like calcium get missed.
Germs like bacteria and virus in your mouth enter the body and your bloodstream with solid and liquids causing infection and inflammation. your mouth is the primary passageway to your system, and you should be mindful of what you put in it.
How does a parent ensure that their child grows up to have good eating habits? Read on to find out! One typical error most parents make is putting their children on a strict diet if they are overweight.
If there is one thing which keeps parents of infants and toddlers on their toes is – building immunity! Trying different permutations and combinations of food and kitchen ingredients is something very common across many households..
The main factors we all consider are effectiveness versus cost, which itself is an ongoing battle.
Can all this extra work that’s put into a health-promoting diet fit into a busy mom’s schedule? You betcha! Follow these tips if you’re a tied-up mom who wants to live a low-carb lifestyle.
It is said food gets easily digested during the colder months, so one can indulge in food more as compared to the hotter months.
Do you often ask yourself what ‘Nutrition’ means? As a mom are you concerned about your baby’s milestones? Is he eating right? Well, read on to know if you are on the right track.
Sweet, luscious and chewy, power packed with nutrients and minerals, dates as a fruit are the most underutilized. Have you often asked people around as to why should children eat dates?
A healthy morning breakfast provides for 25% of daily nutritional requirements. Read on to know why having healthy morning breakfast every day can actually keep the doctor away.
Watermelon constitutes of 92% water content. Click here to know more about the fruits and vegetables which can help you in keeping your body hydrated.
Cold, flu, viral fever and several other diseases come hidden behind the cool breeze, delightful showers and soothing smell of wet earth in the monsoons. Here’s how you can keep your child safe this monsoon.
We have often heard about vitamins and calcium content when it comes to a growing child, but what about other elements?
Pregnancy and motherhood is one of the most precious and joyful experience that every woman dreams about in her life.
Summers are in their full swing as we have entered the fifth month of the year already.
As parents, we do everything we can to provide a good, healthy environment for our kids.
Mouth ulcers are one of the common health problems observed in kids, especially in summer months.
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Lips, so exposed to sun, wind, and other irritants, don’t have oil glands to keep them soft and moist.
A mother often finds herself looking for the best foods in her child’s daily diet which will help in boosting their immunity.
A lot of parents will agree to the uphill task that getting kids to eat nutritious food (read vegetables and raw fruits is).
Touch is a wonderful thing. Especially between mom and baby. Research has shown that touch between mother and baby not only creates strong emotional bonds but also helps improve the baby’s health.
Worried about your toddler’s sudden burst of a runny nose, or the patch of red skin?
Are you breastfeeding? Are you having a toddler in the formative years?
With changing climatic conditions, constipation has become a very common and serious problem seen in children.
As an expecting mother, a woman takes very good care of her diet to provide nutrition to the growing fetus.