Monday, May 19, 2014

Bumpboosters & Milkmakers

We are excited for this new addition to our shop!

Eat right, eat regularly, eat real, and eat delicious!

Eat Right: You’ve probably heard that moms-to-be should eat a balanced a diet consisting of proteins, carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals and fats.
Eat Regularly: You may also have heard that you’re more likely to carry to term if you eat 3 meals + 2 snacks or six mini-meals each day.
Eat Real: There’s a lot to understand about where our food comes from – and what’s in it. Real food comes from nature: plants, roots, fruits, nuts, seeds, milk, and more. Real doesn’t include additives, preservatives, artificial ingredients, heavily refined foods, and ingredients that you can’t understand. There’s a simple rule of thumb for eating real: if your great-grandmother wouldn’t have thought of it as food, it’s probably not real food.
Eat Delicious: Bumpboosters Pregnancy Cookies are a delicious snack made with organic, natural, real food ingredients that are packed with the proteins, carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals, and fats a mom-to-be should be munching on (and no preservatives!).

How do Milkmakers work?

Key ingredients in milkmakers cookies include oats, brewer’s yeast and flax seed
Oats are eaten by nursing moms worldwide to boost breastmilk supply, and are a nutritional powerhouse providing plenty of whole grains, fiber, iron, and an abundance of healthy vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants.
Brewer’s yeast is a traditional herbal remedy used to stimulate and increase the production of breastmilk and is a rich source of the B-vitamins and amino acids essential for nursing moms and their babies.
Flax seed provides an abundance of omega-3 fatty acids, necessary for brain development, which can be passed from mother to baby through breastmilk.

Dairy Free Options!


Milkmakers moms also asked for dairy-free and we are delighted that we now have several dairy-free lactation cookie options.
Want your cookies to arrive ready-to-eat? Check out our Oatmeal Raisin (dairy free) cookies.



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