From Pregnancy through Childbirth to Lactation: supporting the development of mammary glandular tissue with dietary approaches.
We will address the basics of anti-lactogenic and lactogenic properties that are especially important to women with red flags for potential supply problems.
We will understand how traditional lactogenic foods and herbs promote and support the maturation of mammary glandular tissue, and also learn easy-to-understand descriptions that can convey this information to mothers.
We will understand which herbs and foods are helpful at different times of pregnancy, childbirth, and the immediate postpartum.
We will learn about health conditions and environmental toxins that undermine mammary development, and how to reduce this risk.
Some handouts and articles are available with the class.
Classes are planned for September and October, Wednesday mornings from 11 am – 1 pm.
20 spots per class.
Presently, there is no recording allowed; this may change. .
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Thank you Hilary for providing this informative and thought-provoking class. I am glad I attended. The information was well-organized and research-based. You kept the class interactive which helped me see how the information could be applied in my practice as well as how others could apply it to their lactation work.
Alyssa Schnell, IBCLC, author of Breastfeeding Without Birthing