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Why Do I Still Have a Post-Baby Belly 1 Year After Giving Birth?

Posted by Kristi Hightower on 3/29/2018 to C-Section
Why Do I Still Have a Post-Baby Belly 1 Year After Giving Birth?
Discover some of the reasons why you still have a post-baby belly 1 year after giving birth and the common reasons women struggle to get a flat stomach. After delivering a baby...your body is going to need some time to heal. Most doctors will clear you for exercise on average 6–8 weeks postpartum, but your body will still need some time to ease back into it.

How To Increase Breastmilk Supply

Posted by UpSpring on 3/16/2018 to Breastfeeding
How To Increase Breastmilk Supply


One of the biggest concerns breastfeeding moms have is, ‘is my baby getting enough to eat?’ With a low milk supply, it can make providing steady food for baby difficult. We spoke with one of our certified Lactation Consultants, Linda Hill, for advice on how moms can increase their breast milk supply.Moms produce breast milk at different rates and can, as the baby progresses in age, start to produce less milk. No matter what stage mom is in, if she is seeking to breastfeed, but her supply is low, this can be very frustrating. Here are a few ways mom can work on producing more milk:

1. Maintain The Activity

How Much Should a Newborn Eat

Posted by UpSpring and Linda Hill, IBCLC on 3/7/2018 to Breastfeeding
How Much Should a Newborn Eat

How much should a newborn eat is on the mind of nearly all new moms. They say a well-fed baby is a happy baby, but how much breast milk should your baby really be consuming? The answer is, it all depends. There are a number of important contributing factors to consider. Some of these factors include the age and size of the baby, the number of feedings a day and mom’s breast milk production rate.