Natural Parenting Forum

Share experiences and receive help and advice on mindful parenting, natural remedies and clean living from experts in their field and likeminded parents


What every parent should know about sun safety: Six often overlooked things to consider when enjoying the sun this summer.

From natural suncream, vitamin D, hose pipe safety and toxic products, there are some really important things parents should consider when enjoying the sun safely this Sun Safety [...]

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Earth Day Micro-Plastic Detox Challenge

MICRO-PLASTICS NOW FOUND IN THE LUNGS OF LIVING HUMANS This month, another worrying study has found micro-plastics deep inside the lungs of living humans. This follows last months' [...]

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Natural ways to promote sleep

Guest blog written by Susan Wallace, founder of Settled Petals, an expert in infant sleep, potty training, baby yoga & baby massage. World Sleep Day is taking place [...]

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Safer Sleep Week: Choosing the safest baby sleeping bag

Core to our ethos is helping to protect the safety and health of babies and the planet. It's why we do what we do. Safer sleep for babies [...]

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Non-toxic blackout blinds for nurseries

It seems ridiculous even writing a title about non-toxic nursery blackout blinds. Surely, all blackout blinds should have to be non-toxic, especially if they're designed for use in [...]

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International Women’s Day with @MAMAWELLUK: #BreakTheBias on exercise during pregnancy.

Guest blog post written by Rosie Stockley, founder of @mamawelluk. International Women’s Day is a great time to reflect and amplify the achievements of women, but we should [...]

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Human exposure to micro-plastics and what it means for health

We've all now seen a lot in the news about the environmental disaster of micro-plastics. They've now made their way into all parts of our world, eco systems [...]

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How to reduce your baby’s exposure to micro-plastics

Guest blog post written by Jenna, founder of Cloud and Cuckoo. Recent research has found an alarming amount of microplastic in babies poo. If you are wondering how [...]

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New study finds thousands of chemicals in drinking water from reusable plastic bottles

A study by the University of Copenhagen tested water from reusable plastic drinking bottles and found worrying levels of chemicals in the drinking water. They tested three brands [...]

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How to get your child’s bedroom environment right for a good night’s sleep

Guest blog post: Written by Joanna; a certified holistic paediatric sleep consultant and founder of Sleep Superstars. Her own experience of expensive sleep consultants made her realise that [...]

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How do chemicals affect our immune system? And which are the main ones to avoid

Our immune systems plays a vital role in our health by protecting our bodies from harmful invaders and cell damage which can cause illness and disease. Our immune [...]

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Is PVC safe for babies and children?

PVC is considered to be one of the most harmful types of plastic for both human and environmental health. PVC is made soft and pliable using a group [...]

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Organic toddler travel beds with 100% natural mattress

Conventional toddler travel beds are usually made from some combination of polyester, PVC and synthetic foams, which are harmful to our health and the environment. The importance of [...]

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Micro-plastic air pollution in our homes

Indoor air pollution is up to 6x higher than the air outside, and with more and more people spending increasing amounts of time at home, it's a quick [...]

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Eco Christmas Gifts: How to have a more Sustainable Christmas

32% of consumers in 2021 highly value sustainability as part of their lifestyle choices*. But, as consumers ourselves, we know all too well that companies don't always make [...]

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