This was the best thing I did to get a good night sleep during pregnancy and I can highly recommend it!
Pregnancy is a sensitive period, our emotions are heightened, our senses are elevated and anxiety and uncertainty can sneak in too. Please know that by sharing my own experience I am going out of my comfort zone, but I am doing it in the hope that it will serve some of you.
While largely recognized for the role it plays in thyroid health, iodine plays a bigger role than that when it comes to women’s health. It plays an important role in oestrogen metabolism, breast tissue development, ovulation, foetal development and more.
So many women complain about painful periods, PMS and fatigue, and yet it is often considered normal, as it is so common. But just because these symptoms are common, it doesn’t mean they are normal.
This quick and healthy breakfast recipe is perfect for adults and kids! It will keep your energy stable and will provide you with nutrients.
Here is the program for Plateful Nutrition’s toddler cooking classes for 2020.
This is a quick and easy recipe that I like to prepare on the weekend. It makes great leftovers and is perfect for your Sunday meal preparation. My daughter loves it too, and it is a really good food for small children, as they can feel themselves without making a huge mess.
Let’s talk about the importance of omega-3s in children’s diet. We know that these fats are important for our health, but are we getting enough of this nutrient? Omega-3s have many health benefits for every age group – they are an important component for a healthy pregnancy, and they offer many benefits for people of old age.
Omega-3s are such an important nutrient for all stages of life. They play a crucial role during pregnancy, and are necessary for infants and small children in order for them to develop correctly. Omega-3s also have many benefits for people in later stages of life. They help keep us on the bright side of life, as they help combat depression.
As a nutritionist my interest in offering healthy food for children of course grew with my daughter. And so, I dug deeper in learning about how to offer nutritious foods that young children will eat. My daughter was not only cooperative and very willing to help with cooking, but she also started showing a growing interest in food as we created our little daily routine of cooking together. She would “slice” veggies with her children’s knife, or rinse the salad; she would mix the bowl and add some spices to a curry. It is always fun and further fosters our bonding.