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Q&A: What is lecithin?

What is lecithin? How can it help me when I’m breastfeeding?

Re: What is lecithin? How can it help me when I’m breastfeeding?

The Bump Expert Lecithin is naturally produced in the liver and can be found in many of the foods we eat such as beef, eggs, and soybeans. It might be useful to help moms that have recurrent plugged ducts as it has been shown to reduce the stickiness in the breast milk and therefore allows the milk to flow freely and not create clogs and plugs. The general recommended dosage is one capsule (1200 mg) once a day, but as with any herbs or medications it is wise to check with your healthcare professional.

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