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Milk supply mystery?  Could it be insufficient glandular tissue?

We're very pleased to share an excerpt from the new book, Finding Sufficiency: Breastfeeding with Insufficient Glandular Tissue by Diana Cassar-Uhl.  Insufficient Glandular Tissue (IGT) often creates serious breastfeeding challenges, yet it remains poorly recognized.  We're thrilled that this book is available to help mothers, and hope you… Continue Reading >




I’ve got milk supply problems, now what?

You're worried that you might have low milk supply.  What do you do now?*First, make sure that supply is really the issue.  Since there are  many things that can make your supply seem low when it isn't, it's important to figure out if supply is really the problem.Second, if supply is the issue, try to figure out the cause(s).  Getting… Continue Reading >




Iron deficient after childbirth?  Herbs can help!

It's estimated that one in eight women experience iron deficiency after giving birth, up to 12 months after delivery. And the results can make life - let alone life parenting a new baby - very difficult.  Symptoms of iron deficiency include feeling weak and tiring out more easily, feeling dizzy or cranky, headaches, shortness of breath,… Continue Reading >




Your best tips on preparing to breastfeed

Are you pregnant and wondering how to prepare for breastfeeding?  We remember the feeling of being on the cusp of a new adventure, and know it can be hard to figure out what to do to get ready.So we asked fans of our Facebook page for their best advice on how to prepare.  Here are some of the best tips we collected, plus a few of our… Continue Reading >