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Breasts, in all their glorious shapes and sizes, are designed to make milk to feed your baby. But at times, many mums can suffer from a low milk supply, or what they perceive as such. Of course, there’s every chance your milk supply is fine – for example, if your baby is gaining weight well, […]read more
Sometimes, the best you can do as a new mum is munch on a piece of toast to get by between all those feedings, changing and nap resettlings. You know you should be eating better, but there just doesn’t seem to ever be the time, right? So, here are our best tips and tricks for […]read more
Iron. It’s one of those nutrients that we don’t think about much – until we’re deficient in it, and when that happens, you know about it: your energy drops drastically, you may have headaches or lack concentration, people may comment on how ‘pale’ you look, and you might even experience dizzy spells. And that’s just […]read more
As a new mum, you may have heard the term ‘reflux’ or ‘gastro-oesophageal reflux disease (GORD)’ bandied about at the hospital or your mother’s group. Regurgitating or bringing up a little milk after a feed (also known as posseting) is normal. But when it’s happening after every feed and becomes severe, reflux can be hard […]read more
You’ve got a new baby, and you’re knackered. No surprises there, right? Parenthood is amazing, but the sleepless nights and around-the-clock schedule can leave new mums with a bone-deep tiredness that you just can’t shake, especially in those early months. It might not even occur to you to question your exhaustion, believing it’s all just […]read more