Baby - Nutrition

Your baby's stool

Stools say a lot about our health. This also applies to your baby, because your baby's stool can also have different colors and shapes. But what is actually normal? Don't look away from the diaper, look at the stool to learn more about your baby's development and health.

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Baby poo: what does your baby's black poop mean?

Right after birth, your baby greets the world with its first bowel movement. This stool is black in color and is also called meconium. Meconium has a sticky, tar-like structure and is odorless. Not exactly what you expect from a poo diaper!

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Orange baby poop: discover the reason

Orange poop may not be something you expect when you unfold your baby's diaper. Still, orange stool is usually not a cause for concern. After all, as your baby develops, the color, smell and consistency of the diaper contents also change. But what causes orange stool and what does it mean?

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Dark green baby poop: this could be the reason

If you unsuspectingly unfold your baby's diaper and find green stools there, you may be shocked. Still, green poop is usually not a cause for concern. From almost black to light colored, green stools are common in babies.
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Types of formula

Sometimes, you can't see the wood for the trees. For whatever reason, you can't breastfeed (anymore). Maybe it has become too difficult because your baby needs special nutrition, or you have to stop breastfeeding for other (personal) reasons. Anyway, as soon as you start Googling, you come across so many types of formula, you're a bit stumped. And we haven’t even mentioned all the opinions of other parents and the people around you! To help you choose the best formula for your baby, we have listed all types of formula for you.
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