Pregnant? Here’s Some Food For Thought…

Jess McGlynnSeptember 8, 2014

Sardines? Raspberries? Curly kale? When thinking about your pregnancy diet it helps to understand how the foods you eat can positively influence your growing baby’s future health. Oily fish, for example, is the richest source of omega 3, which plays an important role in your baby’s rapidly –developing brain.

“When it comes to fat there’s one type you don’t want to cut back on: omega 3 fatty acids. Maternal stores are depleted in pregnancy and breastfeeding, so it’s more important than ever to enrich your diet with oily fish, seafood, nuts and seeds. Researchers have found that infants born to mothers with higher blood levels of the omega-3 fatty acid at delivery had advanced levels of attention spans well into their second year of life. Steer clear of fish oil supplements made from cod liver oil though. Although cod liver oil is a good source of omega 3, it contains amounts of Vitamin A that are potentially toxic during pregnancy” Katy Gordon-Smith, Aptaclub nutrition expert, mum-to-be.

The new Aptaclub website brings together all our nutritional expertise to help you feed your baby’s future.

We believe nothing is more important than your baby’s future. So to help you lay the foundations for their long-term health, we’re excited to announce the arrival of the new Aptaclub website. It’s packed with expert advice on early life nutrition.

From the moment you decide to have a baby, you can positively influence their future through your diet – before and during pregnancy. So to help you make the right nutritional choices to shape your baby’s long-term development, our new site focuses on bringing you early life nutrition expert advice and information.

Focus on today to shape their tomorrow.

As a mum-to-be, you want to do all you can to ensure your baby is healthy and reaches their full potential. But there’s so much to learn and the amount of information out there can sometimes be overwhelming or even a little confusing. To make things as simple for you as possible, the new Aptaclub site has been completely redesigned to let you explore pregnancy nutrition in an accessible and easy to digest way – on your PC, tablet or mobile.

Our early life nutrition team includes nutritionists and scientists, all committed to helping you understand how your diet from pre-conception and throughout pregnancy can influence your baby’s future health. Even after you’ve had your baby, our early life nutrition expertise will support you through breastfeeding, weaning and toddlerhood feeding.

Over the past few months our experts been busily preparing a wealth of articles with information and essential tips for you, including: 

· Early life nutrition expertise to help you understand how to influence your baby’s future health through nutrition, from conception and pregnancy to toddlerhood.

· Nutritional insights into your baby’s development, revealing how nutrition plays a role in their growth and development – both during pregnancy and in the future.

· Practical help with feeding your baby to help you prepare for and manage the practicalities of feeding your baby or toddler.

The new website is now up and running and ready to explore, but if you’d like to receive Aptaclub expertise relevant to your stage of pregnancy delivered straight to your inbox, it only takes a moment to sign up to the babyclub.

Expert advice whenever you need it. 

Along with the new site, our expert team are available to answer your pregnancy nutrition and baby feeding questions 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Just call them on 0800 996 1000, email, or use live chat.

Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post.

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