Seven Breastfeeding Myths Busted

New mums often find themselves on the receiving end of all kinds of advice. Most people are genuinely trying to be helpful, but, unfortunately, few topics attract more heated debate, misinformation, and confusion than breastfeeding. Many new mums, who start… Continue Reading >

Does my baby need to see a doctor?

So, your beautiful new baby is sick and you’re not sure if you should see the doctor or not? Afterall you’re still getting to know her but being that she is so small and precious… The bottom line is that… Continue Reading >

A super simple, stress free guide to introduce solids

There is soooo much mixed info out there on this one.  Ask ten people in your social circle- they’ll all have different ideas and rules about ‘how to’.   The reality of the situation, however, is that it is super simple… Continue Reading >

Too fishy. Getting Omega 3 for kids…without fish

By Sarah Smith, Accredited Practising Dietitian FB Bayside Dietetics   One of my toddler clients this week told me she loved Brussels Sprouts and cabbage but didn’t like chips. I wonder how we get such strong food preferences so… Continue Reading >

Coconut and Raspberry Muffins

SERVES 8 Prep time: 30 minutes   Ingredients 1½ cups of desiccated coconut 1½ cups of coconut milk ½ cup of coconut sugar ¼ cup of coconut oil 2 eggs, whisked 1½ cups of almond flour 1 teaspoon baking powder… Continue Reading >

One Dish Sundried Tomato & Kalamata Olive Baked Salmon

Try this salmon recipe that the whole family will surely love.   SERVES 2   INGREDIENTS 1/2 cup Chris’ Sundried Tomato and Kalamata Olive Dip 1/4 cup thickened cream 1/4 cup full cream milk 1 small sweet potato, peeled and… Continue Reading >

How to gently decrease milk reliance and increase family foods

By Simone Emery As a children’s nutritionist, Simone Emery works with parents to navigate the infamous fussy eating years of childhood. Today, she shares her best tips on how to wean your child off their dependence on milk and increase family foods…. Continue Reading >

Unsettled Behaviour in the Newborn Baby

The first three or so months entails a whole heap of troubleshooting, problem solving, learning your baby’s cues and getting to know their little personality.  One of the biggest challenges my clients come to me with in this time is… Continue Reading >

Them bones, them bones.

Written by Sarah Smith from Bayside Dietetics Whenever I see an article on bone health, I find it reasonably unglamorous. There are much brighter and shinier things to be reading. But the reality is that looking after bones is at… Continue Reading >