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Episode 65: What to Do Before Treating Your Baby’s Ties

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We’re back! Today we’re talking about what options you have before treating your baby’s oral ties (such as lip tie, tongue tie, and buccal ties). If you’ve been looking for answers about what to do if you know or suspect your baby has any oral ties, this episode is for you!

Jacqueline covers all things tie-related, as well as when and how to seek a proper functional diagnosis. You’ll learn about what’s involved in treating ties, suck training, nipple shields and what proper aftercare should look like. You’ll also hear why it’s best not to rush into getting the ties released right away. 

Maybe you’re thinking your baby has ties, but you don’t know where to get help. Jacqueline discusses the importance of getting the proper medical team together, and knowing who to hire, the harm of trying to diagnose on your own, and what proper aftercare should look like.

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Episode 64: How Formula Marketing Disrupts Breastfeeding

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Today's episode is fresh off the mic, covering the latest presentation and report from the World Health Organization on the $55 billion a year formula industry. The marketing practices of formula companies are exploitative, do not provide informed choice, and prey on the vulnerabilities of new mothers. To be clear, we are discussing the marketing of formula--not the product itself.

In this episode you'll hear:

  • How formula companies market their products (it's not always obvious)
  • Why formula marketing is a problem
  • The real world impact of overuse of formula
  • Ways we can work to change the problems with formula marketing

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Episode 63: Medications During Lactation with Dr. Leslie Southard

 

Dr. Leslie Southard  is the  owner of The Lactation Pharmacist and is here to share her incredible expertise with us about what types of medications & supplements can transfer into breastmilk & how it happens. We are debunking ALL the myths today, so pay close attention! She also shares her harrowing journey of nursing her daughter through chemotherapy.

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Episode 62: This Week In Breastfeeding - January 19, 2022

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In the first episode of 2022, Jacqueline is giving a brief update on the latest breastfeeding research and guidance for COVID-19 and breastfeeding. 


Stay tuned for some incredible episodes & interviews planned for this year! Make sure to subscribe wherever you choose to listen to podcasts.

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Episode 61: Breastfeeding Multiples with Lindsay Castiglione BS, IBCLC

 

In today's episode we have Lindsay Castiglione sharing her incredible perspective & knowledge with us about breastfeeding multiples. Although there has been great growth toward society supporting & normalizing breastfeeding, there is still a huge need for resources in the multiples community.

There are a few areas of early lactation that are vital to success with multiples, but these areas are not often covered in-depth during traditional prenatal breastfeeding classes. We discuss how so many multiples born preterm or premature, so we need a solid focus on bringing in a milk supply even if our babies are not strong, effective nursers. Often this means completely bringing in a supply with a hospital grade pump, or if babies are older, letting them practice but immediately following with a short pumping session to stimulate supply.

We talk about preterm babies (with 50% of twins born between 35-37w, triplets and even earlier) and the...

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Episode 60: How Nutrition Impacts Postpartum & Lactation Hormones with Alison Boden, RD

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Today we're talking to Alison Boden about all things postpartum nutrition. What can you eat?? What should you avoid?? There are SO many misconceptions about diet in the postpartum period, and especially lactation. We usually hear a lot about diet during pregnancy, but there's more to postpartum nutrition than weight loss and food intolerances.

Pregnancy, birth, and lactation can deplete us of nutrients, so it's our jobs to re-nourish ourselves to replace what's been lost. Nutrient deficiencies can lead to hormone changes and mood disorders. But a lot of other things go under the radar like night sweats, inability to handle stress, and much much more!

Alison Boden is a registered dietitian specializing in women's health. She is the founder of Motherwell Nutrition (formerly Nourishing Radiance)--where she helps moms replenish their bodies, balance hormones and feel good again after kids. Also a mom to two young boys, she knows that feeding...

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Episode 59: Working, Traveling & Pumping with Karlee Vincent

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Today we are joined by Karlee Vincent, founder of the Traveling Milk Truck. Karlee is a millennial mom who has co-managed technology company events for 100,000 attendees, while struggling to breastfeed in airplanes and hotels on the road. Her persistence led to new policies, including breast milk shipments sent across country to a mom’s home at company expense. She also helped to establish a mothers' room, a private space for nursing moms at every company conference. Her passionate for creating a community that changes our culture in a positive way for nursing moms is loud and clear in her interview.

Karlee's book-in-progress is a guide to help moms create the best workplace situations for themselves and their babies. Karlee lives near San Francisco with her husband and daughters.

In today's show we discuss:

  • Finding allyship and cultivating kindness in the workplace while pumping
  • Breastfeeding on the road and in airplanes
  • Advocating...
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Episode 58: Breastfeeding for Nourishment and Comfort with Hareem Sumbul

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For World Breastfeeding Week 2021, Hareem from LactNation interviewed Jacqueline Kincer. We talked about all things breastfeeding and answered questions like:

1. Breastmilk as a source of nourishment, let’s talk composition. How does varying composition keep up with the baby and does maternal diet have a role to play?

2. We first connected on baby wearing. What are the different ways baby wearing supports a breastfeeding mother and child? 

3. What do you think about the comforting aspect of breastfeeding for the baby. Does that have a role to play?

4. What about the mother? Is the comfort a two way street?

5. Why is comforting so looked down at when we talk about raising small babies. 

6. Does oral anatomy and a correct latch have a role to play in nourishment and comfort?

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Episode 57: This Week in Breastfeeding - September 29, 2021

 

In this new weekly series, Jacqueline Kincer is giving you a run-down of the latest and greatest news, announcements, celebrity gossip, and more--and it's all related to breastfeeding! If you want to know what the latest studies say, get reviews on the newest products, find out about policy changes, or anything else that's relevant to you as a breastfeeding mom or professional, then tune in every week to TWiB (This Week in Breastfeeding) on Breastfeeding Talk.

In this episode, you'll hear:

  • My thoughts on the latest news about Tylenol use during pregnancy
  • Updates on early introduction of formula and food allergies
  • Addressing some of the myths about the COVID-19 vaccines during lactation

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Episode 56: Mom Journey - A Speech Language Pathologist's Firsthand Experience with Ties w/ Karissa Splain

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Speech-Language Pathologist and First-Time mom, Karissa Splain, tells us her story of how her professional experience and education didn't quite prepare her for the difficulties she encountered with breastfeeding her baby. Like so many, her baby had oral ties and Karissa tells her story from the viewpoint of a professional that treats oral dysfunction, as well as through her faith and own lens as a mother.

Speech-Language Pathologist and First-Time mom, Karissa Splain, tells us her story of how her professional experience and education didn't quite prepare her for the difficulties she encountered with breastfeeding her baby. Like so many, her baby had oral ties and Karissa tells her story from the viewpoint of a professional that treats oral dysfunction, as well as through her faith and own lens as a mother.

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