Lactation Cookies

Canadian-made for Happy Bellies

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Due to the Holiday Season, there may be delays with your shipment arriving on time, given the overwhelming demand of online ordering. 

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Testimonials

We had poor latching, weight gain issues, he keptfalling asleep and not eating.I got plugged ducts which is painful AF!Long story short, your cookies save the day!!!

Erin

"Sooo many lactation cookies tastes like feet, but yours were YUMMY!"

Caitlyn

Your cookies really do work! I've noticed a difference.It took a few tries but they are amazing! He spends less time at the boob!

Sarah

How do they work?

Oats

Oats provide plenty of whole grains, fiber, iron, and natural healthy vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. Maternal anemia/low iron levels can result in a decreased milk supply, Our oat-based lactation cookies can help you get the kick start you need.

Brewer's Yeast

As a natural supplement, Brewer's yeast is rich in chromium which assists your body in maintaining healthy blood sugars. It is also a rich source of Vitamin B.  Traditionally it has been used as a galactagogue, a herb which increases milk production in nursing mothers

Flax

Flax seeds contain healthy fats, antioxidants, and iron. They are also rich in Omega 3 and phytoestrogens that aid in milk production and fatty acids necessary for brain development. It can be passed from mother to baby through breast milk.

Moringa

Moringa is a plant that is native to the sub-Himalayan areas. Moringa leaves are a natural galactagogue, which is a substance that promotes or increases the flow of a mother's milk. It has been used since ancient times to boost breast milk supply. It is packed with protein, iron, vitamin K and calcium.

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