A Guide to Foods That Promote Breast Milk Production

A Guide to Foods That Promote Breast Milk Production

For breastfeeding moms, keeping that milk flowing is key. As you know,  certain foods; galactagogues can support the production of milk in nursing moms.  There’s some more information below, and of course don’t forget an easy and delicious way to enjoy your galactagogues is having Juli's Lactation Cookies.

Rolled Oats: Breakfast Magic

Packed with fibre, iron, and energy-boosting nutrients, oats make breakfast a delight, aiding milk flow whether in oatmeal, granola, or Juli's Lactation Cookies.

Brewer's Yeast: Nutritional Cheers

Found in lactation cookies, brewer's yeast is a nutritional powerhouse that might boost milk production and provide extra nutrients.

Fenugreek: Aromatic Ally

Known for its aromatic benefits, fenugreek can boost milk production. Enjoy it as tea, capsules, or sprinkle it in your favorite dishes. Note - many people find fenugreek to have a strong unpleasant taste/ smell, which is why we left it out of our cookies.

Fennel: Tasty Support

Fennel not only adds flavor but also contains goodies that may increase milk production. Add it to salads, soups, or munch on it as a snack.

Dark Leafy Greens: Popeye's Pick

Spinach, kale, and collard greens not only promote overall health but also support breast milk production.

Nuts and Seeds: Snack Boost 

Almonds, sesame seeds, and flaxseeds offer a nutrient-packed snack that might support lactation, but be mindful of allergies. Don't forget Juli's Lactation Cookies as a delicious and convenient option.

Water: Hydration Hero

Stay refreshed! Drinking plenty of water ensures optimal hydration, a crucial element for breastfeeding moms.


Adding these lactation-boosting foods to your diet, with Juli's Lactation Cookies as a delicious and convenient choice, is a tasty and friendly way to support breastfeeding. They not only enhance milk supply but also provide a well-rounded source of nutrition for both you and your baby. For personalized advice, consult with healthcare professionals. Cheers!