Coronavirus support

We're sharing expert information on how and your family can navigate through the current environment of the Coronavirus.

Protect family Coronavirus

How you can protect yourself and your child from Coronavirus

Protect yourself and your child by following simple methods and rules from the World Health Organisation (WHO). Learn how you can limit the risks of spreading the Coronavirus.

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Coronavirus FAQs

Coronavirus frequently asked questions

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has shared the most frequently asked questions around the Coronavirus and pregnancy, breastfeeding and bottle feeding.

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Coronavirus myths vs facts

Coronavirus myths vs facts

We would like to share the truth about common myths about the Coronavirus, as prepared by the World Health Organisation. Learn the real facts.

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Kids’ games to play

5 fun games to play at home

Days stuck at home can be boring, for parents and children. Playing games is critical to developing a child’s imagination. Enjoy our ideas of fun games that siblings can play together to pass the time, learn and have fun!

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Talk to kids about Coronavirus

5 tips on how to talk to kids about the Coronavirus

Parenting expert and father of 6 Dr Justin Coulson, shares 5 tips on how to talk to kids about the Coronavirus. Key to your discussion are his concepts: heard, healthy, humour, help and hope.

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Coronavirus stress family

How to manage your child and yourself through stressful times

A happy child also makes a happy parent. The World Health Organisation (WHO) has come up with some simple tips and techniques to help you manage stress for yourself and your child.

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Organise your home life

10 tips for organising your stay-at-home life

We’re balancing working from home with children home from school and toddlers running around. Learn from tips to help you organise your family and your time at home.

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Games for babies and toddlers

Games for babies and toddlers

There are so many games and activities you can play at home with your baby or toddler. You’ll both have lots of fun, and your child will be learning and developing physical and cognitive skills.

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Pregnancy

Following a healthy diet during pregnancy is one of the best things you can do for your baby. Learning how getting the right nutrients pre-birth can support everything from your baby’s brain function and iron levels to their nervous and immune systems in the future.

Pregnancy

Understanding LCPs: Omega 3 and Omega 6

Omega-3 and Omega-6 are two types of essential fatty acids. They play an important role in baby development during pregnancy. Learn about their benefits here.

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Baby

From their first feed to their first solids, your baby’s first year is full of milestones. Enjoy watching them grow with insights into the nutrition they need at every stage of their development.

5 top tips to help manage constipation in your child

There are plenty of things you can do to help if your child gets constipated – it all starts with knowing what’s normal, and what signs to look out for.

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Synbiotics and your child's gut health

You may have heard how probiotics and prebiotics can help keep you child’s gut healthy, but have you heard of synbiotics? Here’s what you need to know.

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5 brain games to play with tiny tots

Learning through play is essential to children’s cognitive development. What games work best & why? Read our tips to help kids reach development milestones.

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Fatty acids may sound bad, but they’re great for kids’ growth

Omega-3 & omega-6 are two types of essential fatty acids. They play an important role in baby development during pregnancy. Learn about their benefits here.

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Toddler

Did you know that between the age of 1 and 3 years, young children have a higher requirement for many nutrients compared to adults? This means that every mouthful counts. Understand how to help your little one thrive with the right balance of nutrition.

Prepare your child with resilience and a healthy immune system

Ensuring your child is resilient ensures they will be able to cope well throughout their life. Learn how a healthy immune system can help your child experience the world and build resilience.

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Toddler eating in high chair

11 tips for encouraging toddler food choices

Expanding any toddler’s food horizon can be tricky. We share our top tips and tactics to help develop their palate with plenty of empty plates.

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Toddlers and cows’ milk allergy

Cows’ milk allergy is a common condition that can persist until 3 to 5 years of age.1 Learn about the common symptoms, and ways to help manage it.

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Why experts say it’s good for kids to get outdoors and get dirty

Playing outdoors exposes kids to good bacteria and vitamin D, which strengthens gut health and immunity. Learn what experts say about the benefits of dirt.

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Why 'resilience' is the latest buzzword in parenting

Why is resilience is the new buzz word in parenting? Learn how building this trait in young children is key to developing their coping skills & confidence.

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Why runny noses are a good thing for kids in day care

Children catching colds & flus are inevitable in daycare. While no one likes seeing their child feel sick, this can strengthen their immunity. Learn more.

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Welcome to the AptaNutrition website

Supporting choices for mums

Before you enter, please read this important statement:

If you are able, breastfeeding is best. It provides all the nutritional health benefits as Mother Nature intended. In readying for and during breastfeeding, it's important that mums eat a healthy, balanced diet.

If you're considering bottle feeding, seek professional medical advice first. Introducing bottle feeding either partially or exclusively, may reduce the supply of your own breast milk, which makes reversing the decision not to breast feed difficult. Also consider the social and financial implications, such as convenience and cost over time.

When using infant formula, always follow the instructions for use carefully, unnecessary or improper use may make your baby ill.

Information about Aptamil Toddler and other products is for educational and informational purposes only. If you would like to proceed, please click "I understand".

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