Top Secret Maternity Blog

Top Secret Maternity Blog

  • Top Secret Nursing Tops

    There are a huge number of different breastfeeding clothes available on the market today. The two main types are those with a built in nursing bra and those that allow access to your regular maternity bra worn underneath. Read More
  • Discontinued Eva Top

    Eva Nursing Tee, half sleeve and long sleeve tops with an attached Capelet are only now available in a limited range of colours and sizes. Read More
  • Nursing Facts

    Breastmilk is constantly changing in its composition to meet the changing needs of the baby. It has the exact combination of protein, fats, vitamins, minerals, enzymes, and sugars needed for the human infant at various stages of his growth. Read More
  • Nursing Mamma, What A Sweet Life!

    We are so very thankful to Nat from This Sweet Life of Mine Blog for featuring Top Secret Maternity in her blog feature for Breastfeeding Friendly Clothes that Look Amazing! Read More
  • Breastfeeding is your choice - If you want to do it, don't give up

    Breastfeeding is a very topical issue and many women are put off with the stigma that surrounds it. This is a personal choice, but if you do choose to breastfeed then my best advice is DON'T GIVE UP!! Read More
  • Why should you drink 8 glasses of water a day?

    Have you ever heard that you should drink 8 glasses of water a day? Well this is a very basic way of putting it but I’ll expand so you can appreciate why. Now stick with me on this because half the reason there is so much confusion about nutrition is because only half the message is heard. Read More
  • Why “dieting” will never work

    Do you know how this feels? How long has it taken for you to gain weight? For most people the answer is years. Then how do you expect to lose weight in a matter of weeks or months and then maintain that weight loss? Read More
  • Maintain good nutrition while breastfeeding

    While breastfeeding it is important to maintain a healthy lifestyle. You will be producing about 600ml of milk per day during the first few months and this will increase to around 1 litre per day by the time your baby is 4-6 months. If you are undernourished then you run the risk of depleting your own nutritional reserves and this may affect the nutrient levels in your milk. You need to maintain good nutrition for both yourself and your baby. Read More
  • The basics of a healthy life

    There are a couple of things that you need to understand about your body to ensure you succeed in creating a new, healthy you. Firstly, as much as we have always just shoved food in our mouths and expected our bodies to deal with it, our bodies would prefer to be treated differently. Read More

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