BABY TALKS

Baby food recipes – 10 months

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Lacking inspiration for homemade baby food recipes for your 10 month old? Read on for a few ideas covering a range of flavours and textures! Sweet spinach Bring 1 inch of water to the boil Place 2-3 cups of baby spinach into a steamer basket, place the basket over the pot, cover, and steam for 5-7 minutes Blend in a food processor with 1 banana until it reaches the desired consistency Roasted cauliflower with turmeric Preheat oven to 425 degrees Break one head of cauliflower into florets and place in baking dish with 2 tbsp of olive oil, ½ tsp...

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Indian baby food recipes for a 1 year old

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Organic Cotton Facts

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If you're looking for a quick guide to organic cotton including it's environmental impact and it's uses, look no further! Here is a quick look at some of the facts about organic cotton and what makes it a much better choice for both the environment and our own skin. What is organic cotton? One of the first things to understand about organic cotton is what it is, and what makes it different to conventional cotton. Organic cotton is grown using methods which are more environmentally friendly than those used to grow conventional cotton. The systems used to produce organic cotton...

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Food for 2 year old baby to gain weight

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If you're looking for weight gain food for a 2 year old, remember to ensure that their meals are still healthy! A 2 year old needs 5 portions of both fruit and vegetables per day, and by focusing on meals based on starchy carbohydrates, you will be helping your toddler to gain weight. Here are some ideas for weight gain foods for kids: Dairy/dairy alternatives Dairy and it's alternatives are easy to include in your toddlers diet. You'll want to make sure that you're using the full fat options of any dairy products. You can give these to your 2...

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How to Know if Organic Clothing is Also Chemical-Free

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Keeping chemicals out of your clothing is a great way to protect yours and your children's health, the health of farmers and the health of the planet. Babies in particular can suffer from contact with the chemicals that reside in many or our conventional cotton and synthetic clothes, where their skin is more porous and more easily absorbs these chemicals. Some of which are thought to be the most toxic in the world. Organic cotton is a great start, but this label doesn't always mean that it has been processed organically and without the use of harsh chemicals. 'Organic' does...

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