Part Two: Empowering Dietitians to Promote Maternal & Child Health Through Lactation Support

Free Webinar

Our webinar Part One: Empowering Dietitians to Promote Maternal & Child Health Through Lactation Support, has an emphasis on the mechanics of breastfeeding. Our guest expert Jaren Soloff, RD, IBCLC, went through strategies to optimize milk transfer, latching techniques, pumping and pacifiers and how to tackle challenging situations, such as pain during feeding.

We’ve never had SO many questions during a free webinar.

You loved Jaren's comprehensive, informative and practical approach. But, you wanted to know more.

You specifically asked:

❓ If mom (parent) is not eating a good diet herself (lack of time to eat), can this impact the calorie/fat content of her breastmilk?

❓ Other than encouraging a well-balanced diet, including healthy fats, are there any foods you recommend that help modify the macronutrient composition of breastmilk?

❓ How can we help regulate milk production? What is the most optimal pumping frequency to maintain production?

❓ What about alcohol, medications and herbs? What is the evidence behind pump and dump? And do galactagogues actually work to increase milk supply?

So, we asked Jaren to create a Part Two to answer all your questions.

In her Part Two webinar, Jaren will provide a more in-depth discussion of how to support milk supply during lactation. She will include specific recommendations regarding nutrition, supplements and common concerns that arise about nutrition during lactation.

This webinar is for you if:

✔️ You see infants or young children in your practice

✔️ You want to become more familiar with how milk is made and understand strategies to increase or decrease milk supply

✔️ You want to learn about the evidence behind galactogogues, foods, herbs, and spices, specifically oats, fenugreek, milk thistle, moringa, teas and tinctures and their effect on milk supply

✔️ You are looking to confidently know the recommendations behind choline for clogged ducts, how omega 3 fatty acid content can influence milk and alcohol parameters

This webinar is not for you if:

You're experienced in lactation and feel confident in your skill set

You work with older kids who are no longer breastfed

All The Details

What: Free Webinar with Q&A: Part Two: Empowering Dietitians to Promote Maternal & Child Health Through Lactation Support

When: Recording now available

Who: Jaren Soloff, RD, IBCLC

Cost: Free

Pending approval for 1 CPEU by the Commission on Dietetic Registration

Our guest speaker, Jaren Soloff, RD, IBCLC, is all set to answer all your lactation questions. Her session will help you deepen your knowledge so you can confidently accompany mothers and families in their lactation journey.

She will be walking you through:

➡ Milk production

How milk is made:

  • Milk is made from the blood and is hormone driven
  • Strategies to increase or decrease milk supply
  • Pumping recommendations (when to pump, power pumping)

➡ Common Dietary Concerns

Galactagogues, foods, herbs and spices"

  • Oats, fenugreek, milk thistle, moringa
  • Teas and tinctures

Medications, supplements and alcohol

  • Choline for clogged ducts
  • Omega 3 fatty acid content can influence milk
  • Alcohol parameters

➡ Q&A so all your questions get answered!

Jaren Soloff, RD, IBCLC

Jaren is a Registered Dietitian and International Board Certified Lactation Consultant in private practice. As a dually licensed clinician, Jaren combines her expertise as a skilled nutrition therapist and lactation consultant to support parents in nourishing themselves, their babies and their families with confidence. Born out of her own recovery and motherhood journey, Jaren’s experience comes full circle to support parents in navigating pregnancy, birth and postpartum by guiding them to fully trust their bodies.

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