boosting your breast milk supply through nutrition

DivineMama Bars are a delicious, delightful way for breastfeeding moms to maintain a healthy and abundant milk supply. They are 100% all-natural and made with lactogenic (milk-producing) ingredients, with no artificial sweeteners, no processed starches, and no new food technology. 

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Great news! The bars were recently featured in Healthy Mom and Baby and endorsed by The Association of Women's Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses (AWHONN)!! 

 

      

 

 

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Datey Apricot Cashew

This mouth-watering, filling bar is a chewy, delicious mix of two delightful flavo...

Details $28.00

Macnut Chocolate Chip

The nutty, hint of chocolate combination in this bar is both sweet and satisfying,...

Details $28.00

Combination Box

Like both flavors? Then the combination box is your best bet.  Each box has half of...

Details $28.00

Try a Bar...Then Decide!

Wondering how these delicious bars TASTE? Try a sample pack.  Each sample pack comes...

Details $6.00

Gift Cards

Shopping for someone else but not sure what to give them? Give them the gift of choi...

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Divine Mama Breastfeeding Diet - eBook

I get a lot of questions from mothers about what they should eat while breastfeeding...

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From Our Blog...

Sep15

Low Milk Supply: Beyond the Basic Causes

Written By Michelle Roth, BA, LCCE, IBCLC   Your milk supply is driven by how much milk is removed from the breast. The more often your baby nurses, the emptier your breasts get, the more milk you make. If the breast isn’t stimulated and emptied often, your hormones signal that it’s time to slow production.   Most often, low milk supply can be remedied by nursing your baby more frequently. Milk supply...

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Sep01

Breastfeeding as Birth Control?

  Written By Michelle Roth, BA, LCCE, IBCLC In teaching breastfeeding workshops, women (and men!) were always dubious when I taught that breastfeeding could be used as birth control. “Well, my friend’s sister’s roommate has babies 9 months apart, so breastfeeding must not be effective,” I heard. Of course, there are criteria to meet for it to be effective; but, in the early months after birth, the Lactational Amenorrhea Method (LAM) can...

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