Mother Food – A Breastfeeding Diet Guide

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Hilary Jacobson Mother Food

I am Hilary Jacobson, the author of Mother Food: A breastfeeding diet guide with lactogenic foods and herbs and Healing Breastfeeding Grief.

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I lived in Switzerland 30 years, where I was certified as a holistic breastfeeding consultant (CH.HU.SI.) with special education in the role of nutrition and herbs in lactation. I devoted many years to the research, writing and publication of the book Mother Food, which explains in easy language how mothers can use diet after childbirth to support their milk supply, to reduce or avoid infant colic, and to improve their mood, their immune system, and energy.
 
Sign up to my newsletter by downloading any of my handouts, and be prepared to receive more information soon all about how mothers can transition into a healthier way of eating after birth based on lactogenic foods and herbs. 
 
I am also an ACHE-certified clinical hypnotherapist with a focus on pregnancy, birth and breastfeeding. My hypnotherapy practice serves many women with postpartum depression, birth trauma and breastfeeding grief. Visit me at www.healingwayhypnosis.com
 

Announcing: A Ten Part Webinar Series

An Inspirational Journey -- From the rampant Alcoholism of the 1800s to Low Milk Supply and Autism today...

Little-known historic sources, doctors from ages past tell their part of the tale and offer us their advice.

Check out the introductory video below - and sign up for notifications as to when the webinars begin.

 

 

 

Mission Statement

For thousands of years, mothers have known which foods and herbs are beneficial following birth. They have known about safe ways to detox the mother, and to promote a baby’s digestion and avoid colic and reflux. This knowledge, forgotten in the West, is potentially extremely important, preventative of many health problems that mothers and babies face today. Jacobson’s goal is to educate and support parents and their healthcare providers in understanding and implementing this information.