Kale

Kale There’s a new vegetable on the block, and this one comes with a swath of health benefits and a devoted following. If you’re new to kale and want to

Wild Game

If you live in an area where wild birds, fish and game are routinely hunted for food, or if you are offered wild game, you may wonder if it is

Pork

Authorities in the EU, the UK, and in Canada recommend meat as a first food for babies, because of the heme iron that all meats contain – meaning that pork may

Fish

Recommendations about the age when it is safe to introduce fish into a baby’s diet vary considerably. Many sources suggest waiting until after a child is 3 years old – though

Chicken

As with beef, recommendations for the age at which chicken and turkey should be introduced into a baby’s diet vary: in the United States of America, most paediatricians recommend between

Beef

Beef Recommendations for the age at which beef and other meats should be introduced into a baby’s diet vary: in the United States of America, most paediatricians recommend between 8

Yogurt

When is it OK to Give Your Baby Yogurt and Cheese? “No dairy until after 12 months of age” is the advice that many doctors and paediatricians may give – while

Whole Milk

Whole Milk Your baby’s paediatrician may recommend “No dairy until 12 months”. This refers to giving whole cow’s milk as your baby’s main ‘drink’ – rather than breast milk or

Eggs

Eggs are very nutritious – and very versatile; they are easy to include in many dishes for your baby. However… Eggs appear in the top 8 of lists of all allergens,

Cheese

Cheese Cheese is an excellent food for your baby – it provides calcium, protein and‘good’ fats. You should always consult your baby’s doctor or paediatrician before introducing any new foods,