Testimonials

Below are some testimonials. I recommend that my clients do not sign their name to preserve their anonymity. What it comes down to is – if you feel stuck in the feelings of loss and failure after breastfeeding struggles, feel free to give me a call. Leave a voice or …

Soup Glorious Soup

This November I had a thought: why not try eating the way mothers do in traditional postpartum diets – soup, soup, and more soup, every day, day after day, more soup. Let’s just do it and see what happens. To my surprise, what happened was my getting incredibly filled with …

Time for a Galactagogue Garden

SPRING is upon us! Tme for seeds and starting plants. Galactagogue plants include leafy greens, lettuces, herbs weeds, flowers and trees. They support a breastfeeding mom’s milk supply, and provide important nutrients. I’ve written a book on these easy-grow plants, and this spring I’ll document the growth of my own …

“Liquid Food” for milk supply

Sometimes drinking can be easier (quicker, less fuss) than eating after childbirth. Beverages that are “tweaked” with spices and ingredients that support milk supply have been loved by mothers around the world: lactation teas, grain-drinks, smoothies, nut-milks, coconut milk and a wide variety of soup. It seems as though getting your …

For every Mom a unique diet

There’s no “one-size-fits-all” breastfeeding diet. A person’s food sensitivities and food preferences play a huge role. Regardless if a mother is vegan or paleo or eating a standard American diet, it is the job of a versatile nutritionist to work with her wherever she’s at.  My book Mother Food provides the information that flexible, …