If you are trying to conceive or are already pregnant, a vitamin B9 or folic acid, dietary supplement should be a part of your daily routine. Dr. Gregory Ward, a UK-based obstetrician and gynecologist, explores the foods rich in folic acid and why adding a vitamin B9 supplement to your diet is important at this stage of life.
Globally, premature birth is the leading cause of death in children under the age of 5 and it can also lead to long-term neurodevelopmental problems, including learning difficulties and issues with hearing and vision. With World Prematurity Day observed on November 17, now is the time to learn how you can support the health of you and your growing baby.
School-aged kids have important nutrient intake needs to support their growth and development. Mother and registered dietician, Lucy Jones, shares tips on how to nourish your growing children.
Dr. Gregory Ward, a UK-based obstetrician and gynecologist, discusses the first 1,000 days of a child’s development, which starts from the moment of conception until his or her second birthday. Learn about the key nutrients that make up the “Big 3 for Baby and Me” during the first 1,000 days of life.
In time for Mother’s Day, Dr. Gregory Ward shines a spotlight on one of the “Big 3 for Baby and Me” nutrients – vitamin D.
The pressure to get pregnant is often placed solely on women, but you need a healthy egg and a sperm cell to create a baby. Listen up men – learn 7 ways you can take control of your reproductive health.
The Brightest team is joining the #WorldPrematurityDay conversation and offering four steps to help support a full-term pregnancy. #GiveThemTomorrow. Watch the video now.
Just as peanut butter and jelly go together, there are two fats that should always be found together to help support the growth and development of infants – DHA omega-3 and ARA omega-6.
As parents transition their toddlers to milk, an important question arises – which milk to use?