Key ingredients used to promote breast milk production
Lactation Consultant Recommended
Made with: few clean ingredients and contains Oats
We also have a bar with Fenugreek: Oats Almonds Flavor
Box includes 6 Lactation Oat Chocolate Almond Bars
May Contain: Peanuts, Tree Nuts, Wheat
Features: Whole Grain
State of Readiness: Ready to Eat
Package Quantity: 6
Package type: Multi-Pack Single Servings
Net weight: 1.6 Ounces
Item Number (DPCI): 030-05-2903
Origin: Made in the USA
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Take a bite out of your day and enjoy Sweetie Pie Organics Lactation Bars! They are made out of simple clean ingredients to help boost your milk supply. Oats is a main ingredient, we added almonds, sunflower seeds, and flaxseeds to for proteins and omega fatty acids. Each bar is seriously delicious and packed with nutrients. Eat well, nurse well, Mama!
OATS Oats are a delicious comfort food, they are also a great source of whole grains, fiber, iron, and an plenty of healthy vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants.
FLAX SEED Flax seed is a great source of omega-3 fatty acids necessary for baby's brain development. Flax seed is also a rich source of protein fiber and other vitamins and minerals.
Almonds and Sun Flower Seeds for Mighty protein Since protein is an important component of breast milk, consuming plenty of protein can help maximize your milk supply, which will help optimize your baby's growth and development.