Featured Article of the Week
“I am not “boy-lingual.”
- Breastfeeding education starts the minute the “pee hits the stick.”
- The importance of giving Dads way to take action.
- The importance of having Dads understand that they are the Protectors of the Environment.
- They are the Guardians of their wife and baby.
- When the sign on the door says: Please Do not disturb and someone disturbs mom, he is the Guardian and says: What part of Do not disturb do you not understand?
No one likes to be alone. Alone in their studies. Alone in their business. Alone in their newborn mothering. Being alone can be very lonely. All About Breastfeeding is finally answering your call for help. In response to the many inquiries for assistance in the...read more
I am writing about a popular herb that moms use to help increase their supply. I always want moms to be working closely with an IBCLC to determine that low milk supply is truly an issue for them. There are other avenues to explore first and what you think might be...read more
Sarah Fletcher is a twenty six year old mom she is a two time surrogate. She is from Oklahoma City she has breastfed two babies these two babies and she has breast fed her own nine year old daughter. Background history: Sarah tells us that grew up everywhere....read more
Have you heard of the word galactagogue? Basically it means a food or a drug that promotes the flow of a mother’s milk. It can also be described as a substance that increases milk supply. Why would a mother need to increase her milk supply? Don’t all mothers make...read more
Milk banks should be a household word, just like the blood banks. All infants in need deserve to have human milk. Our smallest and sickest of babies need to have donor milk to help them get the best start in life. Donor milk will help dramatically reduce the risk of...read more
On September 21,2016 The New York Milk Bank, a nonprofit in Westchester County, NY, USA, opened as the first and only comprehensive, community based milk bank in New York State. This venture was started by a volunteer group of lactation professionals who recognized...read more
About Lori Jill Isenstadt, IBCLC
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