Lactation food box includes a variety of different foods and herbs known to support nursing moms to increase their milk supply. Order your lactogenic box today!
1. Lactation Garnish – A savory and versatile vegan garnish used to support lactation and boost healthy habits. Rich in antioxidants and omega 3 fatty acids, the lactation garnish is the perfect addition to any snack or meal. Sprinkle them over avocado toast, eggs, or even add to smoothies or yogurt. Made with sesame seeds, dill seeds, fennel, flaxseed meal, and Ajwain
Easy to eat for hardworking moms
- Dill and fennel seeds are traditional lactogenic herbs used to increase milk supply.
- Breastfeeding mamas need to replenish their milk with nutrients. Flax and sesame seeds are rich in omega 3 fatty acids, which is an essential fatty acid.
2. Mama’s Gift Tea – Carefully curated with a special blend of milk-producing herbs. This lactation tea can be enjoyed hot or cold. Whether iced or hot, good hydration is important for a breastfeeding and pumping mother.
- Fenugreek is one of the oldest medicinal plants and used as a powerful galactagogue (increases milk production) for centuries. Enjoy a warm cup of tea to start your day and support milk production!
- Marshmallow root, nettles, and red raspberry leaf act as natural antioxidants. Lemon balm and lemongrass support healthy digestion.
3. Lactation Cookies – These sweet and delicious cookies will satisfy your sweet tooth for hardworking moms. Lactation cookies are made with milk-producing ingredients known to support a nursing mom’s milk supply.
- Brewer’s yeast, flaxseed, oats, and moringa are commonly used lactogenic ingredients used to increase milk supply.
- Breastfeeding mamas need extra calories to increase and/or maintain milk supply. Enjoy 1-2 cookies per day or bake your own freshly baked cookies!
4. Olive Oil – Known as the healthiest fat on earth, extra virgin olive oil is a nutritional powerhouse boasting with antioxidant properties and omega-3 fatty acids.
- Breastfeeding mamas need a ton of extra calories, healthy fat, and other nutrients to fuel the production of their milk supply.
- Olive oil is high in monounsaturated fat (healthy fats) and are essential for the body. The intake of these healthy essential fatty acids affects the nutrient profile of breast milk, which in turn affects what the infant consumes.
5. Shady Lane Granola – Healthy granola made with gluten-free oats, nuts, and seeds for an added boost in milk supply and healthy habits! Add to yogurt or smoothies or top over a green leafy salad!
- Oats are the most commonly used lactogenic food and rich in beta-glucan, which is a prolactin-boosting food. Oats are believed to increase prolactin levels and milk supply.
- Nuts and seeds are high in omega-3 fatty acids. The intake of these healthy essential fatty acids affects the nutrient profile of breast milk, which in turn affects what the infant consumes.
6. Wild Planet Tuna – Fish is high in omega-3 fatty acids and essential nutrients. In general, no more than 2-3 servings (12oz) of low-mercury fish should be eaten in a week. The best low mercury options: salmon, skipjack tuna, flounder, tilapia, trout, and pollock.
- Fish is a nutrient-rich component of our diet. Healthy fats such as omega-3 fatty acids must be obtained from food sources. Supporting milk production starts with a healthy, well-balanced diet.
- Tuna is rich in omega-3 fatty acids. The intake of these healthy essential fatty acids affects the nutrient profile of breast milk, which in turn affects what the infant consumes.
7. Oatmeal Cups – Oats are whole grains packed with nutrients such as protein, fiber, and most importantly, a fiber called beta-glucan. Beta-glucan increases prolactin, which increases milk supply.
- Oats are the most commonly consumed lactogenic food for its powerful milk-producing properties.
- Oats are also high in protein, and minerals such as copper, selenium, and magnesium that help support milk supply.