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      Advice — First Foods

      Top Father's Day Recipes

      Top Father's Day Recipes

      Whether you're hosting Father's Day at your place this year or you just need some new meals to make with your family, I've put together a yummy list of family-friendly recipes for every occasion!

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      The Developmental Milestones of a Baby's First Six Months - MummyCooks.com

      The Developmental Milestones of a Baby’s First Six Months

      The first months of your baby’s life can be quick, confusing and overwhelming, but ultimately it is such an exciting time watching your baby grow! From breastfeeding to teething phases and feeding cues, there is a lot that changes during a newborn's development stages.

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      Adapting recipes to suit your baby's dietary requirements

      Adapting recipes to suit your baby's dietary requirements

      I am often asked by parents how to adapt a recipe to be dairy or egg free. Or, queries on substitutes for certain food groups. In today’s world there are a host of food products on the market to suit most if not all dietary requirements. It’s just a matter of knowing which food substitute works best for which intolerance/dietary requirement and how to adapt for recipes. 

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      Switching From Formula to Cows Milk

      Switching From Formula to Cows Milk

      When your formula fed baby turns one it's time to begin making the switch from formula to whole (full-fat) milk. Your one year old will need this extra fat to support brain development and the nutritional composition of whole milk will be better suited to your young child’s needs than formula. 

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      Introducing Allergenic Foods to Babies

      Introducing Allergenic Foods to Babies

      “Can Féile have nuts when she grows up, Mam?” this question was mooted to me by my eldest guy, Cathal, who at 5 is peanut allergic. It is estimated approx. 5% of Irish children and 3% of Irish adults have food allergies. Egg, milk and Peanuts are the 3 most common, with Peanuts being the most feared among parents. Between 60-80% of children outgrow the egg and milk allergy by the time they are 16. Only up to 20% will outgrow a peanut allergy and 15% a tree nut allergy. No wonder this can strike fear in parents!

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