Kale (Yeah!) Muffins
Studies say today that ‘responsive feeding’ lets parents take their baby’s cues of hunger and satiety in consideration. These studies have actually shown that this feeding style is the best way for babies to learn to regulate their appetite – which has a long-term impact and can reduce the risk of obesity later on in life.
So how do we feed responsibly? The core principle of responsive feeding is that your baby is leading you with her appetite in terms of feeding times and portion sizes.
Responsive feeding is not necessarily only done with finger foods. You can spoon-feed your baby, offer finger foods or leave both options to your baby at the same time. It depends more on what your baby prefers and most likely preferences will change over time. Just look out for a few signs of hunger and satiety during your baby's mealtime.
Responsive feeding is not necessarily only done with finger foods. You can spoon-feed your baby, offer finger foods or leave both options to your baby at the same time. It depends more on what your baby prefers and preferences will change over time.
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Kale crips are a great way to introduce your baby to more savoury flavours. There are very easy to prepare and can be a great sneak on the go – not only for your baby but also for YOU!
The days are still quite short and dark which limits all the nice time we spend outside, taking a stroll in the park, going to the seaside or just being lazy on the balcony. With the decreased amount of sunlight exposure our body produces less Vitamin D, also known as the ‘sunshine’ vitamin, as the active vitamin is produced in our skin after exposure to sun light.