Recent Posts by Renee Kam IBCLC


3 Facts About Circadian Rhythm Of Breastmilk Components

We all have a body clock that tells us when to sleep and wake. Research indicates breastmilk components with circadian rhythm can enhance babies wellbeing. Read More


Food Allergies Potentially Linked to Formula Feeding, Study Says

How babies are born and fed can have a significant impact on their long term health. Research has found links between formula feeding and food allergies. Read More

Are Dream Feeds Helpful? 5 Things To Know

Dream feeds are often suggested for parents who want to encourage their babies to sleep longer at night. But are dream feeds really helpful? Read More


Worried About Breastfeeding? 5 Things You Should Know

Are you a new, or expectant mother, feeling worried about breastfeeding? Here are 5 common concerns and how to deal with them. Read More


Can A Breast Pump Extract 100% Of Milk From A Breast?

A new pump on the market makes big claims about its ability to remove most of the milk from a mother's breast, but how realistic are these claims? Read More

Can You Breastfeed After Nipple Piercing? 3 Things To Know

If you’ve had your nipple pierced, or thinking of having it done, you may wonder if it will affect your ability to breastfeed. Here are 3 things to know. Read More


Why Does Breastmilk Separate?

Breastmilk stored in the fridge can look different to freshly expressed breastmilk. Find out why your stored breastmilk separates and if it is ok to use. Read More

Leftover Formula – Is It Safe To Drink After Being Left Out?

If you have leftover formula after a feed, you might not want to waste it. Find out if it's safe for your baby to drink it after an hour, or even overnight. Read More


Breastfeeding In Public – A Comparison Of Countries Around The World

Breastfeeding in public is protected by law in some countries, but not in others. Find out which countries support breastfeeding in public. Read More

Breastfeeding And Multiple Sclerosis – What You Need To Know

Multiple sclerosis affects more women than men, and onset often occurs during a woman's childbearing years. Find out more about MS and breastfeeding here Read More



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