Welcome to Cookies for Mumma, all the lactation treats you could ever need!
Here at Cookies For Mumma our goal is to help mums get their milk on! Our cookies have been made with love & AMAZING galactogogues (natural milk making ingredients) to help with your breast milk supply.
Breastfeeding is a very personal experience for women, and an extra special bonding time for you & your bub. I would love to help give you an extra little boost to keep your breastfeeding journey going, no one wants to give up that amazing bond!
Made specifically for any mums who:
• Are trying to maintain their breast milk
• Are trying to stock up on milk before heading back to work
• Need a little help getting their supply up
• Love cookies and want a treat with benefits to their milk supply!
I cannot wait for you to try them!
GALACTOGOGUES WE USE
We use 5 main galactogogues in our cookies
Contains iron, B vitamins, protein, selenium, chromium and various other minerals. Well known for its use in the production of beer. Along with promoting milk supply, brewers yeast may also help battle fatigue and postpartum depression.
Packed with large amounts of Lauric Acid, coconut oil provides a powerful anti-microbial fatty acid that protects the immune system of a baby. It provides energy through medium-chain fatty acids which helps the baby grow and develop properly. 1 tablespoon of Coconut Oil into your diet is enough to boost a mother’s breast milk supply for the next three days with the maximum increase occurring during the first 10 hours.
Flaxseeds have enzymes and essential fatty acids, which are very important to help increase the fat content of your breast milk.
Wheat Germ is an essential ingredient. This wonder food contains zinc which is extremely beneficial when it come to breastfeeding. Zinc is a great mineral which helps protect cracked nipples; extremely common while breastfeeding. It aids the immune system and is also believed to help with postpartum depression.
Another wonder food while breastfeeding. Oats are extremely high in iron, protein and complex carbohydrates. Did you know that low levels of iron in the body can reduce milk supply?