Lacta Hoops are breastfeeding/nursing bracelet that help mothers remember which side of the breast they last nursed. The bracelet is reversible so just flip it and you’ll know what side of the breast to offer on your next feeding.
Some mother uses scrunchies, pony tails, clips, pins etc. but some of these items offer risk to your baby, like pins. Lacta Hoops is made of 100% silicone (the material used for making some baby toys). It is also food grade and non-toxic. It is also cold and hot resistant therefore you can sterilize it!
It is also a good fashion accessory 🙂 since it is soft and does not contain choking hazard (like beaded bracelets). You can also use it to a distracted baby while nursing.
You can check this link to know how the Lacta Hoops are used 🙂
Lacta Hoops are also perfect for baby shower gift! And it can also remind the expectant mother to breastfeed :p
You can purchase your own Lacta Hoops at BabyBabsStore
You can also visit Lacta Hoop official site, http://www.lactahoop.com
I am not familiar with Dr. Jack Newman but I want to attend his breastfeeding symposium on August 31, 2013.
Details of the symposium is not yet finalized but whoever is interested in joining, can pre-register in this site.
Breastfeeding Uncovered: Dr. Jack Newman in Manila
Pre-registration fee is Php1,100. Pre-registration will end on August 15, 2013.
There are discounts though if you will purchase 10 or more tickets.
I want to avail the discount ! I think 1,100 is pricey 😦
Thus, if someone out there wants to attend and avail the discount, we can group ourselves !
For interested mothers/readers, please fill out the contact form below.
Thank you very much and looking forward in seeing you there !
My Mommy, Mama and my OB-Gyne told me that eating foods with “sabaw” and malunggay can increase my milk supply! I can say that it can really help (based on experience). I read some blogs that production of breast milk will also depend on your diet.
Last month, when we visited our pediatrician, he gave me a pamphlet about Food Guide Pyramid for Filipino Infants, Children and Adolescents. A portion there that states “Diet of Lactation Mothers”. I would like to share this note with you.
Based on the 2008 Dietary Prescription Food Guide Pyramid Second Edition by PSPGN (Philippine Society of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition)
I was shocked when I saw the volume of rice we should consume per day !!! Shocking isn’t it when I’m only eating 2 cups per day !!!!