Why is it important to eat well after birth?

The three months after your baby's born are commonly known as your fourth trimester. Focusing on eating well after birth, or during the fourth trimester is really important. It will help your body recover from birth, restore hormonal imbalances and replenish depleted nutrient stores - this is especially important if …

9 (pregnant & breastfeeding) ladies dancing with festive mocktails

Christmas is a time to eat, drink and be jolly. But when pregnant, there's that list of foods you should avoid, and of course drinks you can't enjoy - mainly alcohol! So, whilst jugs of mulled wine and bottles of fizz might be off the cards this year - it …

8 maids a milking, breastfeeding tips for the holidays

OK...so the 12 days of Christmas start on Christmas day, but we couldn't resist bringing this one out a little early! Holiday season is well and truly upon us. Which probably means last-minute shopping, a countdown until visitors fill your home - or you head to a loved-ones home for …

4 top tips to get you ready for your baby’s arrival

It can often feel like there are a million things to do to get ready for your babies arrival. But are they all necessary right now, or can some of those jobs wait? We've picked a couple of things that will take the pressure off those early days - and …

3 important times to take vitamin D supplements

Sunshine is our best source of vitamin D, but we often don't get enough due to lifestyles that keep more and more of us inside. If you are pregnant, this can lead to problems for you and the baby - but also beyond pregnancy if healthy levels aren't maintained. Whilst …