Every Breastfeeding Mother Needs to Hear this Important Message

This is the most important breastfeeding advice that you've probably never heard!

In honor of World Breastfeeding Week, I created this video for all the breastfeeding mamas out there. This is for every woman who is nursing or who hopes to nurse in the future.

This is the most important breastfeeding advice that you’ve probably never heard before.

And just in case you are tempted to skip this video because you are sure it doesn’t apply to you, please don’t. Take a moment to watch. Listen to my story. See the tears in my eyes as I share my story.

And then share it. 

Every mother breastfeeding mother needs to know that this can happen to them. By sharing the message of excess lipase activity, you have the potential to save a mom from the heartbreak of breast milk that tastes bad.

If you are struggling with excess lipase activity, you can find my eBook Why Does My Breast Milk Taste Bad? here.

Did you experience excess lipase activity in your breast milk? Share your story with me in the comments!


  1. Thank you for your book. I just learned of my vomit milk issue. I have a freezer full of milk. It is very emotional. I don’t know how pump at work. My son has feeding issues as well. I feel alone lactation is no help.

    1. Kathleen, I am so sorry. If you feel like you need extra support after reading my book, consider calling another hospital and talking to their lactation consultants. Keep looking for one that will be helpful!

  2. Hey I have read your book and think it is amazing. I just have a question and I don’t know if you know the answer to this with your research. I tried my milk and it starts tasting slightly funny around 4 hours in the fridge. I am returning to work in 2 weeks and don’t really have time at work to scald the milk until I get home 9 hours later. My little one takes really nasty tasting milk(only tried a few times not in a row) so I figure he will take some that is only slightly altered taste. If I scald it when I get home 9 hours later will it still stop the lipase from breaking down further so that it isn’t really really bad tasting? I know it won’t change the taste that has changed already but will it stop from furthing the process?

    1. Brook, I think I answer your question about this on Facebook, right? Do you have any other questions? Are you getting into a good routine with pumping and scalding now?

  3. I’m so glad I found this! I’m almost due with my second child and am now thinking this is what I had with my first. I threw away a freezer full of milk bc it tasted and smelled so bad, and I could never get my milk to last longer than 5 days. Everyone thought it was weird, even my daughter’s pediatrician. I’ll definitely be doing more research and looking into your book.

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