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Posts tagged: lactation

Woman with new born baby after childbirth

How to have a Beautiful Birth

Interview with Nadine Richardson Nadine Richardson, doula-turned-entrepreneur, founded She Births® in 2008 when she realised that a majority of pregnant women and their partners were going into labour uninformed and unprepared, leading to many avoidable traumatic birth experiences. We spoke to Nadine recently and asked her to share her tips...

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Gowildmama breastfeeding mother | how long does it take for lactation biscuits to work?

GALACTA-WHAT? – GALACTAGOGUES

What are they and why they’re supporting mums breastfeeding As a naturopath, nutritionist and herbalist, I love to learn about the incredible health enhancing properties of food and herbs. There isn’t a day that goes by that I don’t acknowledge the gift that real, wholefoods can give each and everyone...

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Love your Boobs

Love your Boobs: Best nipple creams, bras, cold packs and cookies

World Breastfeeding Week To celebrate World Breastfeeding Week we want to give your best breastfeeding assets some love!  We’ve compiled a few of our favourite products to help support your boobs.   Best Nipple Creams Little Bairn creates a beautiful organic nipple balm with coconut and avocado oils to moisturize...

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Breastfeeding stats and your milk supply at the beginning

96% of children born in 2010 were started out on breastmilk.  Fantastic.   Of that 96%   § 69% were still receiving some breastmilk at 4 months of age. OK. § Only 39% were exclusively breastfed to 3 months. Let’s work on this… § 60% were still receiving some breastmilk...

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The Common Oat | A Super galactagogue

The oat is Franjo’s Kitchen main galactagogue ingredient that helps to promote breast milk production. 

Oats possess some amazing health properties in addition to being a super galactogoue. They are high in fibre, B vitamins, manganese, phosphorous and magnesium, they are seen as a ‘nourishing’ grain and also a ‘carminative’ in the herbal world.

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