Nutritions & Recipes
When people around you know about your pregnancy, the phrase ‘eating for two’ is always brought up in conversations. You also start to pay more attention to what you eat and what you don’t eat – and which nutrients you need to stock up on. Food and nutrition are important aspects of one’s daily life – and are even more important when you are pregnant. We know that you care about nutrition and we want to help you acquire more knowledge about it. In this section, you can find articles on nutrition – what to eat, what to eat more of, and what not to eat. Plus, we provide recipes – both for you and your baby – to experiment with!
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This healthy and easy recipe is a great source of protein and Vitamin C, and helps to give that boost of energy to all mums-to-be. It was first featured in the Good Eats for Mums-to-be cookbook published by the KK Women's and Children's Hospital in Singapore.
Find out all about baby led weaning and follow our top tips to get you started.
You should be taking folic acid daily when trying to conceive and during your pregnancy. You can give your diet a boost as well by choosing foods which are rich in folate. Here's ten ideas of how to incorporate the into your diet.
This custard recipe works especially well for mums in their first 12 weeks of pregnancy, when fetal bone development is at its most crucial point.
Is it important to supplement your nutrition during pregnancy? We asked the professionals at Raffles Hospital to tell us which pregnancy supplements we should take.
Some Chinese herbs and remedies can definitely be used by pregnant women. But when using Chinese herbal medicine for pregnancy, it is best to seek the advice of a TCM practitioner.
There are hidden toxins in our food which can be harmful to your unborn baby, but considered okay to eat when you are not pregnant. Find out more about which foods to avoid during pregnancy.
If you have been feeling down in the dumps or lethargic lately, it could be more than just hormones playing a part. Your diet affects your mood just as much. Here's some great ideas for a much needed detox!
Your baby will still need to nurse up to six times a day when you begin to wean at 6 months or older. And there's no need to stop giving your baby all the goodness of breastmilk when you start giving them solids. Try out these 5 baby weaning recipes that all use breastmilk!