Baby eats little fruit and vegetables

The data from the Statistics Netherlands health survey (in collaboration with the nutrition center and RIVM) show that in the Netherlands only 50% of children aged between 1 and 4 eat enough fruit and vegetables. The other 50% is not! That is very unfortunate because children miss a number of important nutrients.

Baby spits 2 hours after feeding

It is quite normal for a baby to give back mouths after feeding. This can be immediately after feeding and sometimes it can happen that the baby spits 2 hours after feeding. What your baby spits then usually smells a bit more acidic because it has been in the stomach for a while. If this is every time, your baby pees well, looks satisfied and does not lose weight, nothing is wrong.

The first baby snacks and exercise snacks

The first 4 months you do not really have to think about what you give your baby to eat. Your baby 'only' eats bottle-feeding or breast-feeding. But if your baby is around 4 months old, you can start with the first baby snacks, or exercise snacks. In the beginning it does not mean much and probably only one spoon will go inside.

Bottle feeding with spring water

If you give your baby bottle-feeding, then of course you want to ensure that you give your baby the best. So bottle-feeding without bacteria, metals or a high dose of lime, because that can occur in tap water. Is it safe to use tap water nowadays or do you need to bottle-feed with spring water?

The how and why of night feeding!

The broken nights that you will irrevocably have after the arrival of your baby are caused to a large extent by night feeding. In the first months the night nutrients are needed. Your baby has only a small stomach. This means your baby has to eat more often. The night nutrients therefore play an important role in growth.

How often does a baby drink the first few days?

As a brand new parent, you stand every moment of the day for something new that you still have to learn. You do not think about it in advance until the baby is there. Then you suddenly ask yourself: how often does a baby drink? Is the amount my baby drinks enough? And how long do I have to feed?

Locust bean gum baby food, how about that?

Locust bean gum consists of ground germinating seeds of the carob tree. The bread gum contains fibers that have no nutritional value. If your baby suffers from reflux, it is sometimes recommended that you can carry carob bean flour through the baby food. But how does that work exactly and what is the difference between locust bean gum and rice flour?

Christmas menu for your toddler

Christmas is coming and the biggest question is: what are we going to eat at Christmas? And especially: which Christmas menu can you take care of for your toddler? In this blog I have some useful tips for a good Christmas menu for your toddler. And if you read carefully, you can also win a delicious Christmas box for your toddler, full of delicious Christmas meals (for your toddler then hey)!

Cow's milk protein allergy in babies

Cow's milk protein allergy in babies occurs in about 2 to 6% of all babies born. In short, the allergy means that your baby's body sees the protein in cow's milk as an intruder. Your child is going to make antibodies against the protein and this gives allergic reactions.

Can I give my baby nutritional supplements?

To give an immediate answer to this question: giving your baby nutritional supplements is even very good for the development of your baby, provided of course you choose the right one. Two vitamins are essential for babies. In this article you will find out which baby vitamins you should give in bottle feeding and which during breastfeeding.

Rapley method, how does that work?

You can introduce your child to real food by serving your baby pureed vegetables and fruit. But you can also opt for the Rapley method. In this method, your baby learns to eat by yourself in a playful way. Do you want to know how to use this method? We tell you! What is the Rapley method?

Tips to teach your baby to eat fruit and vegetables

Although diets and diet gurus grow up like mushrooms all around us, we continue to struggle with obesity in the Netherlands. This also applies to our children. A major cause of this is wrong and bad food and in particular a shortage of fruit and vegetables. Do you want your child not to go out for vegetables and do you want to contribute to his health?