Your diet in the postnatal period is important to ensure that you recover from the nutritional demands of pregnancy, and have the stamina you will need for motherhood. A healthy diet will also help you to recover your pre-pregnant weight and reduce the risk of accumulated weight gain with each pregnancy. Also, you are an important role model for your family, and research shows that your meal patterns and what you eat will shape your childâ€™s food habits and preferences as they grow up.
Go to the Ngala Healthy You Healthy Baby
Track your health and wellbeing during pregnancy and during the early stages of your child's life as well as receive tips on how to improve or maintain your health.
Ngala Books & DVDs
For families of babies and
young children who reside or work in W.A.,
if you need further assistance contact the Ngala Helpline
Telephone 9368 9368 or Country Access 1800 111 546
8am to 8pm 7 days a week or
or get support online via the My Ngala Forums
When: 18 May, 9:30am
Newborn to 6 years. The significance of early influences on brain development will be discussed and parents will be given information to understand their role in their childâ€™s learning.