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Even before I got pregnant I knew I wanted to try breastfeeding and I’ve been a …

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Even before I got pregnant I knew I wanted to try breastfeeding and I’ve been a pumping machine since Olivia’s birth! 🍼 ⁣

With that, I started researching foods to help with milk production. And from that research came these no bake LACTATION BITES. 👶🏻🍼💯⁣

They are energy-boosting and include brewer’s yeast and oats, which are two ingredients known to help with breast milk supply. If you aren’t familiar with brewer’s yeast, it’s a fungus and is packed with vitamins and minerals – most notably, vitamin B, iron, zinc, magnesium and potassium. It’s also a good source of protein (one 1/4 cup serving offers 8 grams of protein). 💪⁣

These bite-sized goodies are super easy to whip up (seriously, they only take 10 minutes of your time to make) and only require 7 ingredients. They’re #dairyfree, #glutenfree and can be made #vegan if you swap the honey for maple syrup. They are perfect for meal-prep and can be stored in the fridge for up to 2 weeks or freezer for up to 3 months. I froze a few batches during my pre-baby meal prep, so I was ready to go once baby girl got here. I’ve now been snacking on these bites on the daily. 💃🏻🙌 ⁣

Full recipe is linked in my bio –> @eatingbirdfood

22 thoughts on “Even before I got pregnant I knew I wanted to try breastfeeding and I’ve been a …

  1. Lactation cookies slathered with almond butter got me through the late night feedings …. let’s be honest, it was all night and early morning feedings for me! I don’t regret a minute. ❤️

  2. The thing is introducing things that boost your supply before your supply is even stable isn’t recommended by any lactation consultant as if u stopped eating or drinking or taking any boosters your supply would drop, also taking bf things to boost your supply can do the opposite for a lot of women. Only true way to increase or maintain supply is demand, nursing and pumping as much as possible and emptying your breasts as much as possible to signal your body to produce more. U definitely don’t wanna start out taking things to boost your supply and it’s definitely not good to encourage others to do it, your supply takes about 6 weeks to regulate full based on babies needs and they typically don’t recommend introducing anything before then. If you’re having issues with your supply you should talk with a certified lactation consultant to figure out what’s going on, don’t add things trying to bandaid fix

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