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    9 Ways to Help Boost and Maintain Your Breast Milk Supply

    Patience is the Key to Starting Out Strong Your body is built to breastfeed, and starting at birth, will flood with hormones to help you begin breastfeeding. That doesn't mean it always comes naturally! It may take some time for...

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    Creating a Breastfeeding and Pumping Schedule That Works for You

    Everything might feel brand new right now, and a little chaotic. There's a sweet little stranger that you're completely in love with, but is SO demanding! There is at least one solution to managing some of the chaos when it...

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    Fenugreek for Breastfeeding: Can it Help Increase Low Milk Supply?

    If you've done any research on increasing breast milk supply, chances are you've heard of fenugreek. Fenugreek is a galactagogue, meaning it's a substance that is used to promote breast milk production. In fact, it's the most popular herbal remedy...

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    Natural Galactagogues: Foods & Herbs to Boost Your Breast Milk Supply

    First of all, what is a galactagogue? A galactagogue is any substance used to promote breast milk production. The word itself comes from the Greek roots, "galacta" meaning milk, and "agogue" meaning something that leads to something else. As in:...

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    Tips to Help Relieve and Prevent Morning Sickness

    Pregnancy can be a beautiful experience when you're fully in tune with your body and have that patented "glow." Or, it can be downright awful. Many soon-to-be mothers may experience morning sickness. In fact, studies have shown that approximately 70%...

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    The Importance of Hydration While Breastfeeding

    Staying hydrated is important for EVERYONE. It keeps us functioning and more importantly, alive! It's easy to dismiss headaches, tiredness, and brain fog as normal symptoms of everyday life, but these can all be symptoms of dehydration, and many of...