Appetite and Weight

Children's appetite

Children's appetite

Some kids have barely any appetite while others don’t seem to know when to stop. How do we manage our kids’ appetite and teach them how to feed their growing bodies properly?

July 20, 2020
Do you have a small or big appetite?

Do you have a small or big appetite?

I am always fascinated to see my children leave one last bite on their plate when they are no longer hungry. Especially when it comes to a food they like very much.

March 16, 2020
Pregnancy weight gain

Pregnancy weight gain

Most pregnant women have concerns about their pregnancy weight gain. Am I gaining too much? Am I gaining enough? Will I be able to lose it all?

February 17, 2020
Digestive problems

Digestive problems

The pleasures of the palate are among the festivities of the holiday season. It can also be a nuisance after the many holiday dinners. Here’s how to comfort your stomach!

December 28, 2015
Reaching a healthy weight

Reaching a healthy weight

Being overweight has become a major health problem. The benefits of maintaining a healthy weight are enormous and well worth the effort.

December 18, 2012
The weight in the balance

The weight in the balance

Should we worry about our children’s weight? Is there a reason why they don’t grow up big and strong following the same pattern? A word can help us understand and accept: diversity.

December 3, 2012
Childhood obesity

Childhood obesity

Obesity in children is a growing global issue. The problem has become so alarming that several international organizations are seriously studying it to find a solution.

October 19, 2012

This week
14 unmistakable pregnancy signs

Do you think you might be pregnant but you’re not 100% sure? If you relate to these 14 signs, you should definitely head to your local pharmacy to buy that pregnancy test you’ve been thinking about!

Trying to conceive

Have you ever experienced the disappointment of not being able to get pregnant? Once, twice, three times? The desire to have a child is so intense that it makes the waiting period unbearable. Just remember to never lose hope.

Swelling problems during pregnancy

Swelling during pregnancy is normal and should be expected! It may cause discomofort but it should not be worrisome. 

Breastfeeding and medication

Some women cannot breastfeed because of their medication. Fortunately, those cases are rare. Keep reading for some explanations and recommendations.