Pregnant women need certain nutrients considerably more than at other times. Make sure you eat a balanced, varied and fresh diet. We explain how to do so in our "Nutrition during pregnancy" guide.
Enjoy growing naturally - with our guide on nutrition during pregnancy
And we’re off!: one ultrasound after the other, here a test, there a check. Are you finding it difficult to get an overview of your pregnancy? Then take a glance at our pregnancy calendar. It’ll give you practical advice and useful tips.
Toiletries? Documents? And what do I need when I get home? Download the list and calmly get your hospital bag ready.
And finally it's time! Your baby’s nearly here. This checklist will help you prepare for the big event so you can devote yourself one hundred percent to preparing for the new arrival.
Tips for introducing complementary foods
Around the 4th or 5th month of life, you'll undoubtedly wonder how you'll know your baby needs more than milk and when you should start introducing supplementary foods. You would like to know which complementary food is preferable – home-cooked cereal or ready-made complementary food from a glass, how allergy avoidance works, and what you should focus on as your shared food culture develops.
What to do if you have trouble sleeping? In this download, you'll find suggestions for a peaceful night's sleep.
Do you need to sleep more than you did before you became pregnant, but you're having trouble finding the perfect sleeping position? And when you've finally fallen asleep, the baby starts kicking. We offer a few suggestions for you on how to get a good night's sleep.
Fever affects children far more frequently than it does adults, and even minor diseases raise their body temperature. Fever, on the other hand, is not an illness, but rather a symptom that, in theory, suggests a beneficial endogenous healing process: as the body temperature rises, the immune system goes into overdrive, allowing it to fight pathogens more quickly.