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Nourishing your mind during pregnancy

Copywriter AnneMarie McDonnell explores the relationship between nutrition and mental health during pregnancy. If you are pregnant, please read our disclaimer before continuing. This article is for general information purposes only and is not a substitute for medical advice or treatment.

4 ways to top up your energy levels

Janine McGee (Dip CNM, BANT) is a Nutritional Therapist who works with women on their motherhood journey. In this piece she gives us some brilliant tips on how to keep our energy levels high.

Indulgent breakfast ideas

Breakfast is my favourite meal of the day and since becoming a mum I’ve had to find quick and easy recipes that light up my world. These two dishes are so indulgent that I feel like I’m treating myself while still being healthy and feeling satisfied throughout the whole morning.

spiced kedgeree by mimi’s bowl

(Note from Founding Editor Anna) I cooked this delicious recipe at one of our photo shoots in 2019, and it was yummy! I definitely didn’t put enough curry powder in though, hence why the rice isn’t as yellow as it should be. But the best news? The grown ups and kids both loved it!

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