“Why didn’t any one tell me?” Food-awareness for solutions and confidence

Breastfeeding women naturally build their confidence by observing how what they eat affects both their milk supply and their baby, and responding to this challenge with different food choices. This honing of our observational skills, and this attunement to our baby, supports our becoming a calmer, more confident mother. Our culture does not encourage mothers to make …

Deena Cannistraci

Hilary, I would like to thank you from the bottom of my heart for writing your book Mother Food. I am one of the mothers you discuss in your book with IGT, better known as Insufficient Glandular Tissue. I was not able to produce any milk for my first baby, …

Manisha Singh

I am big fan! Your book, Mother Food, was a huge help to me when I had milk supply issues after giving birth and experiencing post-partum depression. I had a very stressful pregnancy and had several other risk factors for post-partum depression. I also did not have a very strong …

Who has time to cook?

The problem with milk-building and colic-reducing remedies is that moms are too exhausted from milk supply struggles or from dealing with their baby’s colic to cook — or sometimes even to eat! Work with me and we’ll make it all easy — or at least, make it manageable. Call: (541) 708 …

Lactogenic foods and herbs optimize milk quantity and improve milk quality. The book Mother Food is easy to read, and explains how food affects hormones for breastfeeding plus many other factors important to success. Purchase on amazon.com, amazon.co.uk, amazon.ca Buy a signed copy from Ms. Jacobson (only in the USA) here: …

I am a Swiss holistic lactation consultant, certified during my residence in Switzerland. My education includes special studies in nutrition, herbalism, yoga and acupuressure to relieve breastfeeding and postpartum problems. At the time my book Mother Food was published, it was taboo to speak of these subjects. Today, the use …