What Is Tummy Time?

Tummy Time
Tummy Time

What is Tummy Time?

Tummy time is definitely one of the very first exercises for your baby and yes, it’s important! Tummy time is the practice of putting your baby on the tummy while they’re awake and supervised by parents or adult. It’s a crucial exercise for the baby’s visual, motor, and sensory development. Tummy time to certain extent helps to prevent flat head, flat spots or positional plagiocephaly due to prolonged hours of lying on the back. Baby can begin tummy time as a newborn, and continue throughout baby’s first year.
Baby Tummy Time

3 Reasons For Tummy Time

  • To develop the core muscles of the neck, back, and shoulder muscles
  • To meet developmental milestones
  • To possibly help prevent early motor delays and conditions, such as flat head syndrome (positional plagiocephaly) and twisted neck (positional torticollis).

How Often Should You Do Tummy Time?

You can start with small increments of a few minutes at a time, several times a day. Eventually, try to longer the tummy time sessions, eventually building up to a full hour up to two or three times a day but always under supervision.

What is Plant-Based Formula?

Plant-based formula are lactose and cow’s milk free. It is safe and as nutritious as cow’s milk formula. Studies have showed that other grain-based formulas like the rice-based ones are promising in children with cow’s milk allergy. Grain-based formulas could be an alternative for children who allergy to cow’s milk or soy.


Complete Nutrition Plant-Based Formula

(1 - 6 years old)

Complete Nutrition

Enriched with essential nutrients and vitamins that support your child's optimal growth & learning

Allergy Friendly

Does not contain major allergens such as lactose, dairy milk, soy, nuts, eggs and gluten.

Zero Sugar

Not added with any sugar nor artificial sweetener.

Brain Development

Functional ingredients such as GABA from germinated brown rice, Omega 3 & Choline: Support emotion & cognitive development.

Digestive Health

Prebiotics (FOS & Inulin): Prebiotics promote the growth of good bacteria to help maintain a healthy digestive system.

Bone Health

Calcium: Helps support development of strong bones and teeth. Vitamin D: Helps support calcium absorption and improves bone strength.