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  1. Family Life
    Miyeok-guk is a traditional Korean seaweed soup, often eaten by Korean women after they have given birth. Rich in iodine and calcium, many Koreans believe the soup helps nursing mothers increase their milk supply. The soup is also traditionally eaten for breakfast on birthdays - by eating it...
  2. Baby
    Oatmeal, fenugreek, and now Starbucks? Moms who experience low milk supply will try just about anything to increase their stash. Word on the street is that the Pink Drink From Starbucks is helping. It started with Laura Galvin, a breastfeeding mom from Lillington, North Carolina. Galvin posted...
  3. Baby
    Nursing your little one takes lots of calories! We've got some fabulous recipes to help you beat the summer heat, and keep that milk flowing! We know, we know...sometimes it's hard to keep up with the good, healthy calories when we are breastfeeding our little ones. Not to mention, ensure that...
  4. Green Goods
    Many nursing mothers swear by eating cookies with ingredients believed to boost breast milk supply (lactation cookies). While there is insufficient scientific evidence that they're effective, there are some benefits worth mentioning! One of my favorite memories from my breastfeeding days is...
  5. Breastfeeding
    When it came to breastfeeding I had every issue in the book almost (so it seemed). My son would not latch. I did not produce enough milk. Then I learned that I was not getting enough rest or drinking enough water or eating enough. There are somethings about breastfeeding that we need to be...
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