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Eat to Feed Cookbook Recipe Preview - Baked Eggs with Yogurt & Dill

    Our first cookbook Eat to Feed for breastfeeding moms releases July 16th, and we can't wait for you all to get your hands on it. We'll be sharing some of our favorite recipes leading up to the release date, starting with this Baked Eggs with Yogurt and Dill recipe. This recipe can be baked in an 8x8 baking pan if you don't have ramekins for individual servings. It also comes out just as delicious with the recipe doubled in a larger 9x12 casserole baking dish for serving larger crowds.    Find this recipe and more delicious lactation inspiration in our new cookbook Eat to Feed. You can find a full list of our retailers here. Grab yourself a copy...

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5 Ways to Keep Your Milk Supply Strong During the Holidays

5 Ways to Keep Your Milk Supply Strong During the Holidays The end of the year can be a stressful time for many of us.  Family visits, holiday shopping and travel are all factors that can lead to stress, which can ultimately affect your milk supply.  We know first-hand how priorities can get a little out of whack whilst trying to deck the halls and often we forget to take necessary steps that ensure healthy milk supply.  Keeping your supply strong can be very hard when you’re on the road or are trying to be present with family, so we rounded up five ways to help keep your milk flowing throughout the holidays.  Stay Hydrated - When we are busy,...

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Lactation Recipes: Kale Salad with Dates and Toasted Almonds

As a breastfeeding mama, there is a lot of advice out there about what you should and shouldn't put in your body. Don't worry, you don't have to completely overhaul your diet just to breastfeed, but you may notice that this milk-making business requires a lot of energy-- and nutrient-dense lactation foods can really help you feel your best. Calcium is one of those nutrients your body needs and craves while breastfeeding. It's recommended a breastfeeding mama gets a minimum of 1,000 mg of calcium on the daily. A study in 2008 from "Journal of Human Lactation" even suggests regularly eating calcium-rich foods may help breastfeeding mamas produce more milk. And especially since lots of mamas are also instructed to...

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