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We know that a mother’s nutritional status at the time of conception, and in the first few weeks that follow, is the single most important determinant of a baby’s growth in those critical early stages. Following the diet and supplement plan we recommend will help you optimise your nutrient intake.
Hairballs are common in cats and often result in constipation. Dr Alex Niven relates his encounter with Betty the constipated cat in a shortened excerpt from his book The Cow at the Window.
The consultation began, ‘Please, please Mr Vet, you have to help me, my old cat cannot make a poo!’ Mandy Thompson’s plea was a common one.
When the temperatures drop and the daylight hours are shorter, energy levels can take a big dip, right along with mood. Children might be less active in the cold, winter months, making it extra important to focus on adequate nutrition at this time of year, not only to restore vitality but to ward off colds and flu as well.
Children and winter: It’s pretty much a tissue company’s dream. The snotfest is accompanied by a relentless hacking cough that’s more of a constant companion to your children from May to September than their invisible friend.
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