Naturally Occurring Sugars
Avoid added sugars for children below 2 years
Health experts advise on how to read the label for added sugars
How to develop a child’s preference for healthy foods for life
Importance of Omega-3
Organic formula - what makes it organic?
The origin of our organic milk
Interview with Claus Hipp
The optimal preparation
Toddlerhood – a new age begins
Why is growing-up milk so important for toddlers?
Good eating habits – encourage them now!
Eating – some practical tips
Why is there a diet in toddlerhood?
Frequently asked questions
Eating at the table
My child is so picky
How much of what?
What is not suitable?
Free of everything which sensitive skin doesn't like
HiPP Organic Almond Oil
Little one’s skin
Frequently asked questions at the dermatologist’s clinic
Care for skin prone to neurodermatitis
Bathing & Washing
Care & Cream
Products for the whole family
In case of eye contact and swallowing
Pregnancy calendar ► All pregnancy weeks explained
First signs of pregnancy: What to expect in weeks 1 and 2
Week 3 of pregnancy: A new life begins
Week 4 of pregnancy: Something small is living in your belly
Week 5 of pregnancy: The uncertainty is over
Week 6 of pregnancy: Your baby can now be seen with an ultrasound scan
Week 7 of pregnancy: You can go for a check-up every four weeks from now on
Week 8 of pregnancy: Your baby is connected to your bloodstream
Week 9 of pregnancy: Peanut becomes a baby
Week 10 of pregnancy: Your baby is developing beautifully
Week 11 of pregnancy: Your baby’s organs really start to take shape
Week 12 of pregnancy: It’s time to tell people
Week 13 of pregnancy: Your baby begins to develop into a unique human being
Week 14 of pregnancy: The big question – girl or boy?
Week 15 of pregnancy: Their first tiny hairs develop
Week 16 of pregnancy: Your baby now responds to your touch
Week 17 of pregnancy: Your baby is growing fast
Week 18 of pregnancy: Baby’s first growth spurt
Week 19 of pregnancy: Your baby’s brain is taking shape
Week 20 of pregnancy: You’re halfway there!
Week 21 of pregnancy: Your baby is developing a sleep/wake cycle
Week 22 of pregnancy: Your baby is half the size they’ll be at birth
Week 23 of pregnancy: Why the size and weight of your baby are only approximate values
Week 24 of pregnancy: Your baby is now as long as your forearm
Week 25 of pregnancy: You notice the first practice contractions as your body prepares for birth
Week 26 of pregnancy: Your baby is practising breathing
Week 27 of pregnancy: Your baby develops their sense of taste
Week 28 of pregnancy: Your baby’s immune system starts to work
Week 29 of pregnancy: Your baby builds up their fat cells and puts on weight
Week 30 of pregnancy: Your baby adopts the foetal position
Week 31 of pregnancy: Now’s the time to start planning for your baby’s birth
Week 32 of pregnancy: Your bump is still getting bigger
Week 33 of pregnancy: Your baby’s brain gets bigger
Week 34 of pregnancy: Indulge yourself and enjoy the last few weeks of your pregnancy
Week 35 of pregnancy: Your baby’s immune system is now working independently
Week 36 of pregnancy: Your baby adopts their birth position
Week 37 of pregnancy: Your child can now be born as a full-term baby
Week 38 of pregnancy: Time to make the last preparations for your baby
Week 39 of pregnancy: It could happen any time now
Week 40 of pregnancy: Your baby has reached their birth weight – but they might still want to grow a bit more
A healthy diet
Eating for two?
Iron in pregnancy ► Benefits, Dosage & food sources
Questions and Answers
What to do about nausea?
What helps against heartburn?
What to do about constipation?
May I do exercise?
Tips & Checklists
Checklist for your hospital bag
Weight chart during pregnancy
Organic Quality & Sustainability
Sustainable organic products
HiPP organic quality
Interview on the HiPP Organic Seal
Organically farmed vegetables
Organically farmed fruit
Fish from sustainable fishing
Sustainability at HiPP
Sustainability as a company philosophy
Sustainability in the company’s organisation
People in focus
Sustainable protection of environment and climate
Protection of the environment
Company philosophy & ethics management
Awards & accolades
The origin of a great idea
The first product
Meals for children in a jar
Pioneer in organic farming
Dr. Hans Müller
Malaysia - The world's Number 1 organic baby food brand
Organic Quality & Sustainability
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