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The Science of Breastfeeding: How Moms’ Bodies Make Milk

The Science of Breastfeeding: How Moms’ Bodies Make Milk

If you feel like your body has morphed into one giant mystery through the pregnancy and birthing process, you are not alone. However, the surprises don’t stop there! Post labor and delivery, your body continues to respond to the beautiful journey of motherhood throughout your time breastfeeding. With all of these significant physical changes, we […]

Best Foods for Breastfeeding Moms

Best Foods for Breastfeeding Moms

Did you know you can get an amazing workout in while sitting in your loungewear? At Pumps for Mom, we are officially declaring that breastfeeding qualifies as one of America’s hottest workout trends. Your body uses between 450-500 calories each day to make enough breast milk to keep your baby full, according to the American […]

Everything You Need to Know About Breast Milk

Everything You Need to Know About Breast Milk

Breast really is best! Breast milk is a one-of-a-kind, all-natural substance with beneficial properties and complex components that babies–and scientists–can’t get enough of. We know the amount of information out there on breast milk and its benefits for moms and babies can be overwhelming. That’s why we did the work for you and outlined everything […]

How to Get Your Breast Pump Through Insurance

How to Get Your Breast Pump Through Insurance

After the passage of the Affordable Care Act, most insurance companies are required to provide breastfeeding equipment and support at no cost to parents. At Pumps for Mom, we are committed to getting moms-to-be and new moms high-quality breast pumps that are covered by insurance. If you are ready to qualify for your breast pump […]

Benefits of Breastfeeding for Mom and Baby

Benefits of Breastfeeding for Mom and Baby

New moms are no strangers to decision-making. From mulling over delivery details to choosing the right pediatrician for your little one, you may quickly find yourself shoulder-deep in a motherload of decisions–literally. Ever since reliable substitutes for breast milk became available in the 1920s, the decision to breastfeed or not has been permanently added to […]