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Nutritional Nurturing Guide for Motherhood - eBooklet


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Motherhood is hard! But the postpartum period, while trying to establish breastfeeding IS the hardest part of all!

Every day feels like a million days longggg when you’re struggling through the exhaustion and overwhelm that comes with a new baby who is still hungry, unsettled and unable to sleep, no matter how much you’re desperately trying to make breastfeeding work!

It feels like a never-ending cycle of feeding, pumping, crying, not enough sleep and then repeat, leaves you exhausted, with no time or energy left to enjoy what should be a special time between you and your baby, let alone time to replenish and nourish your body with the adequate nutrition it needs to help improve your milk supply making breastfeeding easier for you both.

The hard truth about successful breastfeeding & milk supply is that you can have your baby latching perfectly and have adequate milk removal happening at each feed, but if YOUR body is not being fuelled by the right nutrient dense, easily digestible foods then no amount of lactation cookies or other milk-boosting ‘galactagogue’ foods are going to help!

But, do you know what Mama? Breastfeeding and building your milk supply doesn’t have to be this hard!

Our 'Nutritional Nurturing Guide for Motherhood' will show you the 4 vital, but easy to implement ways of ensuring you’re eating right during your postpartum period.


Follow the tips in our guide to ensure your postpartum body is nourished in the right way, which will then work hand in hand with the 5 most common, natural milk-boosting ‘galactagogues’ to help you breastfeed with ease and confidence.

'Nutritional Nurturing Guide for Motherhood' eBooklet will be delivered straight to your inbox and you'll be armed with all the information needed to:

  • make more milk naturally
  • ensure optimal nutrition for both you AND your baby
  • breastfeed with ease and confidence

** If you are concerned about your breast milk supply or your baby’s health, always seek help from a health care provider. Lactation consultants, breastfeeding counsellors, specialist nurses like child health nurses or doctors can also help with any breastfeeding questions or concerns you may have. The Australian Breastfeeding Association is also a great resource for information and support.