Discover more about how to support yourself in harvesting colostrum, what colostrum is and how to best support your breastfeeding and lactation journey.
Periods can return whilst breastfeeding, but how does it impact milk supply?
Support lactation with these delicious 3 ingredient breastfeeding cookies
This Granola recipe is a great quick breakfast, or snack. It is also really versatile, as you can...
Who doesn't enjoy pancakes for breakfast..?!
This recipe for lactation pancakes contains only 6 s...
The average time for periods to return with breastfeeding is one year postpartum, but many mums f...
It’s an area often overlooked in the UK in terms of antenatal education and support, but in th...
Packing a bag for the hospital can feel daunting, and you will worry about forgetting essential i...
These porridge recipes are all delicious and Christmassy! The oats are a great source of galacta...
This recipe for sticky toffee oats is like Autumn in a bowl. It is spicy, sticky and comforting, ...
Breastfeeding Raspberry and Oat Bars
These fruity no bake bars are a delicious healthy snack, f...
Why breastfeeding is dehydrating and how to combat this.
A delicious, indulgent breakfast recipe for busy mums - with added benefits for breastfeeding.
Top tips for how to stay hydrated when breastfeeding in a heatwave. From fruit to herbal teas and one-handed cups...
A delicious recipe for high protein, high galactagogue chocolate balls. Perfect for breastfeeding mums, or anyone looking for a healthy snack.
Botanicals can be a great support when breastfeeding and dealing with sleep deprivation in the fourth trimester. Find out more about the ingredients in our teas and how they can help new mums.
How different herbs and flowers can help support your body through pregnancy and when breastfeeding.
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Like with so many aspects about becoming a parent, breastfeeding is one of those things that becomes something a more experienced parent will gleefully talk to you about. And more often than not you get the full horror story about how painful it was for them.
Our Guest Blog has been written by the wonderful Cake Maternity.
We talk, not only about some of the tricks to successful breastfeeding but also to hear another Mama's story and what she wished she knew about breastfeeding.
Whilst breastfeeding can be hard, and there is no secret solution to success, there are some top tips that can support you and your body.
Our Milk’s Up breastfeeding tea can be drunk at any stage of motherhood, but there’s a sweet spot that we’d recommend…and it is actually when you’re pregnant!
You may have read that peppermint will dry up your milk supply, but it's not actually that simple, or proven. Read more about the evidence on peppermint and breastfeeding here.
If you're wondering which of our teas are best suited to you, you can use this trimester by trimester guide to find your perfect tea match!
This lactation brownie recipe can help support your milk supply, and is perfect with a cup of
Milk's Up breastfeeding tea!
To accompany your Milk's Up breastfeeding cuppa – get baking. Try these oat cookies as they’re super easy and tasty. Oats are a galactagogue so can help your nursing journey.
Breastfeeding is incredible, but it's also hard. Many women suffer from low milk supply, or have concerns about how to ensure they are producing enough milk for their babies. Natural herbs, known as galactagogues, can help support women. Our Milk's Up tea is full of them, and this is why and how we chose them.