Unsafe Foods You Should Avoid Feeding Baby

As your baby grows, you introduce more solid foods, fruits, and snacks to the diet. Your child is learning to eat, so; the two...

Salt in Baby’s Food

Dietary salt is an inorganic compound consisting of sodium and chloride ions. It is found naturally in many foods or added to foods because...

Finger Foods

Finger foods are small pieces of food that your baby can pick and bring to the mouth with their fingers. Giving your baby finger...

Safe Hygiene Practices for Baby’s Food

Your baby’s health is your greatest concern right now. Apart from sterilizing the utensils and every surface you place the baby on, you must...

Quantity Guidelines when feeding an infant (0-6months)

Knowing what, when, and how to feed a child is essential. For normal development, it is excellent to have all the effective ways to...

Solids Feeding Guide

Solid foods should add to, not replace, breast milk or commercial iron-fortified infant formula, which are nutritionally superior for young babies. Let your baby’s...
Nutritional Requirements

Nutritional Requirements

Complementary foods should provide sufficient energy, protein and micronutrients to cover a child's energy and nutrient gaps so that together with breast milk, they...

Fluid Intake for Babies

Infants & children are at greater risk for dehydration because of their age. You should ensure that your baby is having enough fluids each...

Guiding Principles for Complementary Feeding

1. Practice exclusive breastfeeding from birth to 6 months of age, and introduce complementary foods at 6 months of age (180 days) while continuing...

Texture Transition guide

The most suitable consistency for an infant's or young child's food depends on age and neuromuscular development of the jaws. Beginning at 6 months, an...
Recovery after child birth

Common Questions on Recovery after Childbirth

A lot happens in the first few days after the birth of your child. Below are some of the questions mums ask about recovery...

Swaddling Your Baby – What You Should Know

I bet you’ve come across a swaddled new born. Most Kenyan mothers cover up their babies so tight all the way up to the...
Your Baby's Senses

Early Childhood Brain Development

At birth, the brain is not completely mature. The parts of the brain that handle thinking and remembering, as well as emotional and social...
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