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Benefits of Probiotic Powder For Babies

Benefits of Probiotic Powder For Babies 0

Are probiotics good for your baby's belly? Learn all about baby probiotic powder in this guide, and find out if this supplement is right for your little one.
  • Jennifer Akiyama
Definitive Guide: Best Vitamins For Kids

Definitive Guide: Best Vitamins For Kids 0

Breastmilk and baby formula have most of the nutrients that your little one needs. As your baby becomes a toddler and transitions to solid foods, they should get most of their vitamins from what they eat. But some children are picky eaters, causing concern that they’re not getting enough of what they need to develop properly. Some vitamins can help round out your child’s diet.

  • Jennifer Akiyama
BioGaia - What Is It? What Are The Benefits?

BioGaia - What Is It? What Are The Benefits? 0

There is a bit of a buzz surrounding probiotics right now. You might see advertisements for them online or come across a large selection in the supplement section of your grocery store. There are even probiotics for infants. But are those necessary? Probiotics have many benefits for your little one, and they’re natural solutions for supporting long-term health. BioGaia is a probiotic that is found in breast milk and is safe for even the newest infant.

  • Jennifer Akiyama
7 Signs Your Baby Is Ready to Be Weaned From Breastfeeding

7 Signs Your Baby Is Ready to Be Weaned From Breastfeeding 0

It seems as though all infants do is eat and sleep. They need plenty of nutrition because they double their birth weight by the time they’re 5 months old. Breast milk provides all of the nutrition that a baby needs, and the American Academy of Pediatrics recommends it as the exclusive source of food for the first six months of a baby’s life. After six months, mothers and babies can continue the breastfeeding relationship for as long as they’d like. But eventually, babies will wean, or transition from breastfeeding to consuming other foods.

Learning the signs that your baby is ready to be weaned from breastfeeding can help you make the switch.

  • Jennifer Akiyama
How to Introduce Formula to a Breastfed Baby

How to Introduce Formula to a Breastfed Baby 0

Among the many important decisions you’ll make as a new parent, you’ll have to decide how to feed your baby. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that you offer breast milk exclusively for at least the first six months of your infant’s life. But not every mother can or wants to breastfeed. If you want to know how to introduce formula to a breastfed baby, you might want to learn more about how to make a smooth transition.

  • Jennifer Akiyama
Baby Food Recipes for Busy Parents

Baby Food Recipes for Busy Parents 0

We all want to provide the best for our children. When it comes to feeding your infant, you might be interested in offering organic ingredients, knowing where those ingredients come from and expanding their palate with new tastes. The best way to do this is to make your own baby food. But busy parents don’t have time to slave away in the kitchen. These baby food recipes are easy to make and can save you time and money.

  • Jennifer Akiyama
Crying & Colic: What You Need To Know

Crying & Colic: What You Need To Know 0

Even though babies may not be able to use words, they can certainly communicate. Sometimes, that comes out as cooing and babbling. But infants often communicate through crying.

It can be tough for parents to hear their little ones wailing. Crying is meant to be somewhat jarring for a parent. The discomfort that an adult feels when their baby cries helps to ensure that the parent will respond to the baby’s needs.

But some babies seem to fuss and cry for hours on end. It may seem as though nothing you do soothes them. Learn more about crying and colic so that you can help keep your infant—and yourself—calm.

  • Jennifer Akiyama
How To Tell If Your Baby Has Food Allergies?

How To Tell If Your Baby Has Food Allergies? 0

Introducing your baby to new foods is fun, but it can elicit worry in new parents. How will you know that your child won’t be allergic to a particular food? Plus, there is so much talk about food sensitivities these days that you might even be concerned that your little one could be allergic to something in the breast milk or formula that they consume. Understanding the signs and symptoms of food allergies in babies can help ease your concerns and be mindful of any potential issues.
  • Jennifer Akiyama
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