Each of our specially formulated lactation bars are crafted using galactagogues, selected food groups, as well as traditional herbs - trusted by many to support healthy lactation.
For decades, informed mothers have been recommending a hearty bowl of oatmeal as the ideal breakfast serving for nursing mammas. Many would agree that this was done for very good reason. Iron-rich oats represent the first line of defense in staving off maternal anaemia – a leading cause of insufficient milk yield. The comforting properties contained in oats certainly increases your level of oxytocin (the ‘feel good’ hormone) and additionally contributes towards assisting with ‘let-down’ (adorable pics of baby are also considered helpful!). In addition, Oats are instrumental in delivering much-neededfibre to the body, promotingslow-burning energy, enabling the more energetic moms to keep up with their favourite ‘jogging stroller mommy group’.
*Our products contain 100% Certified GMO free Oats
Flaxseed is widely regarded as the dream food for nursingmothers,because it is a rich source of Omega 3. Omega 3 not only assists in combatting postpartum depression by regulating mood-altering hormones. Additionally, the phytochemicals in flaxseed closely mimic estrogen, potentially enhancing milk supply. Flaxseed also provides the extra dose offibre and calcium your body needs to stay strong.
Has anyone ever told you to “drink a beer” to boost your milk supply? Well, one explanation for this is brewer’s yeast. An ingredient in beer-making, brewer’s yeast is not only a known galactagogue, but it is packed with valuable B vitamins and protein. B vitamins are essential for a healthy immune system and glowing skin, hair and nails. Brewer’s yeast is also a great source of chromium, a mineral responsible for stabilizing blood sugar levels (fewer sugar crashes ahead- yeah!). And get this: brewer’s yeast is considered a probiotic, which means it aids digestion. Because of its wealth of nutritive powers, brewer’s yeast has been used to treat everything from acne to lactose intolerance to the common cold. Who DOESN’T need this stuff?
Fenugreek is the hallowed ingredient all breastfeedingmammas are bound to encounter at some stage in their nursing careers. It’s said that eating Fenugreek enhances skin odour, allowing it to smell vaguely sweet - with maple Syrup overtones. Now there’s a thing! The other benefit of this wunderkind, is it’s inherent super-milk-making powers. Mothers have for centuries sworn allegiance to the herbal properties contained in Fenugreek, in assisting them with enhanced breast milk production.
A rich source of calcium, fatty oils, fiber, protein, vitamins, and antioxidants. Another breast milk inducing superfood included in our bar!
When thinking about what to eat to increase breast milk, a lot of people advise the consumption of sesame seeds. These seeds are a great non-dairy source of calcium which is extremely important for your baby’s growth. After delivery, even you as a mother will need calcium for effective and full recovery.