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  1. Breastfeeding Challenges
    All natural, nut free, tasty and delictable, yummy Lactation cookies and drinks! Milky Mama Lactation Treats & Supplements A delicious way to help produce more breast milk.
  2. Breastfeeding
    So I have about 180oz of breastmilk in my freezer, 50 in my fridge and won't be producing any more. My child is about 4.5 months old, slowly transitioning to solid foods, or formula, or oatmeal....I'm not sure. Right now I do about 6-7oz breastmilk in the morning, formula all day, then formula...
  3. Baby
    Breastfeeding is quite the accomplishment! Everyone's journey is different but the fact remains the same: You nourish, feed, and bond with your baby in the most intimate way possible following their birth. That's why we're sharing five gorgeous breastmilk jewelry companies to commemorate that...
  4. Baby
    A new study suggests that the consumption of soy-based formulas may cause reproductive changes in female infants, including advanced sexual maturity of their vaginal cells. Approximately 25% of formula-fed infants consume soy-based formula. Soy-based formulas have gained in popularity as an...
  5. Baby
    Human milk is the normal, optimal food for babies (and children beyond infancy). The nutritive properties are incomparable to anything else. Made by mamas without a conscious thought, it's readily available, always perfect and is complete nourishment all on its own. Did you ever stop to think...
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    A new CDC study has found that over half of American babies are being introduced to solid food too soon. There are few things cuter than watching your pudgy baby try a new food for the first time. As our culture is centered around food, it's easy to understand why introducing infants to the...
  7. Baby
    Breastfeeding has long been known to reduce the risk of SIDS. A new study reveals that breastfeeding for at least two months can cut an infant's risk of SIDS in half. Over 3,000 babies die in the United States each year due to sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS). There are many recommendations...
  8. Baby
    All babies benefit from breast milk, but for preemies, the benefits are even more impressive. A new study finds that breast milk may be more adaptive to premature babies than previously realized. Researchers from Penn State College of Medicine found that the breast milk of mothers with...
  9. Baby
    A new study reveals that breast milk containing fructose may increase a baby's body weight, muscle mass, and bone mineral content by the time they're six months old. When it comes to feeding babies, breast milk is considered the gold standard of foods. (Though, we should mention we strongly...
  10. Green Goods
    We already know breastmilk is awesome, but a recent photo actually lets us see just how badass it really is. Vicky Green is a mother of three and a first-year biosciences student at South Devon College. She recently worked on a microbiology research project about the antimicrobial properties...
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