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Welcome to the podcast. I am your host, Katie Oshita, BSN, RN, IBCLC and infant feeding specialist. Quench your thirst for knowledge and travel with me across the nation to discover, learn, collaborate and better serve clients from all over the globe. Let’s ride and thrive together.
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The smart way to create a compassionate and professional lactation private practice, hosted by private practice IBCLCs Annie Frisbie and Leah Jolly. Leah Jolly is a private practice IBCLC with Bay Area Breastfeeding in Houston, Texas. Annie Frisbie is a private practice IBCLC serving Queens and Brooklyn in New York City and the creator of the Lactation Consultant Private Practice Toolkit. Tune in each week to learn all the ins and outs of running a successful private practice lactation busin ...
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A journey through induced lactation. Leave a review and let me know what you think https://lovethepodcast.com/lactationstation If you like what your hearing, hit the link below to help out the podcast https://www.buymeacoffee.com/mikalah/e/16954 Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/madeline-hodges/support
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Clap your hands right now if you're ready to breastfeed/chestfeed/pump in a way that feels empowering instead of suffocating! The Milk Minute Podcast is the best free resource to bring some ease and confidence to your lactation journey and give you a few laughs along the way. Hosted by two midwives and lactation professionals, Heather ONeal and Maureen Farrell give you the most up-to-date evidence-based advice needed to feed your baby in a way that works for you. Discover why families all ov ...
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Discussing the real issues black women face as mothers, while simultaneously closing the gap on the more babies than orgasm epidemic. We are empowering black women every where to live your best SEX life. And providing the tools on how to combat the issues we face on the daily as black mothers.
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People don’t know what they don’t know about breastfeeding. As a lactation consultant, you have the unique opportunity to educate families, other healthcare providers, and members of your community about the different feeding methods. By increasing awareness and understanding for breastfeeding, chestfeeding, formula feeding, and supplementation, yo…
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Tongue tie is not a US phenomenon. Tongue ties have been known about and treated for hundreds of years, but in the last decade the field has dramatically expanded. Part of that is more recognition, part is epigenetic changes causing more tongue ties, more vaulted palates, more narrow jaws than ever before. In this episdoe Katie Oshita and Dr Sheree…
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Most families in the US do some form of combination feeding, using bottles and frequently breast pumps. The sheer volume of new pumps, bottles, and other feeding supplies is enough to overwhelm most IBCLC's. To stay current on new equipment means either many hours researching, or taking a course from someone who did all the research and work alread…
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It's so important for IBCLCs to be seen as part of the care team for the breastfeeding families we serve. One way we can impact our presence in the care team is to communicate with the other providers working with the breastfeeding family. Today we will discuss what we need to send to the other providers on the care team as well as strategies to ma…
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Every professional specializes overtime. Sometimes it's an instant pull and choice, other times it's a slow process where you learn more and more about an area and become an expert about it. For Amber Ginn, it was much more instantaneous. As a teen mother, Amber Ginn is acutely aware of the challenges and special needs supporting a teen mother with…
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Each month, Annie and I take a deeper dive into topics and information with an expert to give us more insights on things that we might be incorporating in our clinical practice as well as entrepreneurs and business owners. We're bringing you this snippet today to give you a taste of what these deeper dives are all about. This month, we got to chat …
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In this episode Katie Oshita discusses some of the healing and holistic modalities that she is learning through the Holistic Lactation residency course she is taking. Comparing and contrasting allopathic/mainstream "normal" interventions such as antibiotics, swaddling, pacifiers, formula, bottles and prescription medications with natural/holistic o…
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Are you a risk taker or do you tend to overthink before taking action? In this episode, we dive into the nuanced world of risk-taking, particularly in the context of growing a private practice. Leah shares her tendency to be risk-averse and the overthinking spiral that can result from facing risky decisions. Annie, on the other hand, describes hers…
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In this episode, Katie Oshita and Gina Nigro discuss lactation support and tongue tie in both the US and Spain. In both locations, there are a lot of differences in the care available, and many similarities. Both parts of the world have many confusing options when trying to find a "breastfeeding expert". Listen as Katie and Gina discuss ways to sup…
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Today on the Milk Minute we wanted to give a nod to all of our breastfeeding friends who are dating and doing their best to find a balance as a single parent. This shit ain’t easy and no one is talking about it. Heather became a single parent when her first child was 10 months old and he had self-weaned. However, dating with an infant was extremely…
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Katie Oshita sees tongue-tied babies and discusses oral function for infants. But what happens if not treated, or if full oral function is not achieved? Jenae Ciuffreda sees kids and adults with oral ties and other oral function dysfunction. In this episode, Katie and Jenae discuss expansion, nasal breathing, and airway health. If you have question…
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Each month, Annie and I take a deeper dive into topics and information with an expert to give us more insights on things that we might be incorporating in our clinical practice as well as entrepreneurs and business owners. We're bringing you this snippet today to give you a taste of what these deeper dives are all about. This month, we got to chat …
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Can you reduce the risk of breast cancer by breastfeeding? Today on the Milk Minute we talk about breastfeeding, breast cancer, and what the science says about their correlation. While it's wonderful that so many of us make self-less choices as parents, we also want to tell you that it’s okay to consider the benefits to you, your body, and your lif…
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Today on the Milk Minute we're sharing all of Heather's struggles when it comes to storing milk at daycare and life with baby while also running a business. You read that right. The CNM, IBCLC, and founder of a breastfeeding business and podcast still struggles when it comes to lactation and life with a newborn. Both Maureen and Heather know the st…
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More world traveling for lactation learning. In this episode, Katie Oshita and Bobbi Daly discuss lactation, oral ties, and living in a small country that produces 10% of the world's formula. In Ireland most families see a GP for infant care, not a Pediatrician and breastfeeding rates are incredibly low. The massive amount of formula made in a coun…
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Today we are discussing how hard it can be to keep up to date with all the new information that is thrown at us. Not to mention all the misinformation that is out there! Deciding what to implement in your lactation business and what you shouldn’t can cause such a headache. Listen in as we go down memory lane, reminiscing about our own learning adve…
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Today on the Milk Minute we explore melatonin and breastfeeding. Melatonin is fascinating and supplementation with this sleep hormone has been a random focus of Maureen's. We'd like to dig deep into what it is and how it works in the body before we talk about its safety with breastfeeding. Buckle up. Work With Us! Book a Lactation Consult with Heat…
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Each month, we host a Deeper Dive, which is a live Q& A with an expert in the field of lactation, business, or personal development. The following snippet is from our most recent Deeper Dive. This month, we got to meet with Hope Lima and we talked about all things allergies. Hope helped us understand what an IBCLC needs to know about allergies, the…
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Join Maureen and Heather on the Milk Minute as we chat with Kim Hawley, IBCLC, of Intuitive Parenting, about unlocking better sleep for parents and babies. From gentle sleep training methods to optimizing breastfeeding practices for better sleep, Kim provides practical tips and compassionate guidance for navigating the often stressful journey of pa…
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Continuing on the world tour of breastfeeding support and oral ties, Katie Oshita meets with Diana Marcinkevičienė to discuss lactation, access to care, and oral tethers in both the US (PNW is Katie's location) and Lithuania where Diana practices. Life is very different for parents and providers when comparing- from the long two-year maternity leav…
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Today on the Milk Minute, Maureen and Heather reunite with one of their favorite people in the breastfeeding world, Lisa Myers, Founder and CEO of Ceres Chill. If you've been listening to the Milk Minute, you already know how much they love Ceres Chill and all it's done to improve the lives of breastfeeding mothers everywhere. Listen in as they rem…
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Welcome to the Milk Minute Podcast! Today we’re thrilled to be joined by Lisa Paladino of the Tongue Tie Experts. For those of you who saw the recent pieces in the New York Times about “the big business of cutting babies’ tongues” and have seen Heather’s responding letter to the editor, you know we have lots to discuss with one of the nation’s fore…
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In this episode, Katie Oshita reviews her Top 5- most popular episodes, locations- countries and cities with most listeners, things she has learned and things she hears from both clients and other practitioners. With 67 previous episodes and thousands of miles to meet and record with practitioners, Katie Oshita has a lot of information to share. Po…
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In today’s episode, we're tackling a subject that can make hearts pound and palms sweat: raising your rates in your business. We open up about the challenges of pricing our services, sharing personal experiences and insights into the uncomfortable yet necessary discussions about when and how to raise rates. Listen in as we unravel the complexities …
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This week on the Milk Minute we focus on black maternal health and breastfeeding. Our expert guest is Dr. La Toya Luces-Sampson, affectionately known as Dr. Toya on social media, is a wife, mother, board-certified Obstetrician and Gynecologist and Physician Coach. As a coach, she helps Physician Moms who are postpartum and beyond, go from anxiety a…
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Breast is best. We've all heard it, now let's talk about it. Today the Milk Minute is honored to have Victoria Facelli, author of "Feed the Baby: an inclusive guide to nursing, bottle feeding, and everything in between" on the show to discuss her incredible book. This is the kind of book that Heather and Maureen have dreamed of writing and is the p…
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Breastfeeding is universal, something that all humans, all mammals have done since the beginning of time. Lactation as a profession is new and has different norms throughout the world. Rosa Sorribas is an IBCLC in Barcelona, Spain who focuses not just on supporting new parents with lactation and infant feeding support. Rosa focuses on training new …
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In this special episode of the Milk Minute, Heather and Maureen chat with Dr. Katrina Mitchell, a board-certified surgeon, breast oncologist, IBCLC, and PMH-C with over 20 years of expertise. They dive into the topic of breast surgeries, including augmentation, discussing their impact on breastfeeding and the balance between aesthetics and maternal…
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Today on the Milk Minute we’re talking about sex postpartum while breastfeeding. Sex and physical intimacy postpartum can be a touchy subject, but we’re here to help! Our special guest for the day is Connie Lappa, a licensed psychotherapist who specializes in individual and couples therapy, sex therapy, infertility and pregnancy loss, postpartum mo…
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For both Katie Oshita and Rachelle Markham, being a neurodivergent business owner is part of life. Learning about sensory banks, tools, timers, apps and how to make life easier for themselves has been a learning process. Listen as they discuss some of what has, and what has not, helped them be more productive, and more regulated so that balance and…
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In our lactation businesses, we want to plan long-term while also remaining open to new challenges and opportunities. None of us can predict the future, but having a plan in place is a great way to know what you want your business to look like as it grows. In this episode, we are diving headfirst into the wild ride that is running your own lactatio…
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Welcome to the 200th Milk Minute episode! It's been 3 years of sharing all things lactation, body positivity, relationships, and mental health. Your favorite midwife and lactation professional hosts sit down to both acknowledge and celebrate their accomplishments with this podcast and in life. Heather and Maureen reflect on who they were and who th…
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Breastfeeding in the first 3 days postpartum can be both challenging and magical. It's normal for mothers to face difficulties in the initial days, but important to recognize and appreciate the progress you're making in your breastfeeding journey. Even when you’re doing everything right it can feel like it’s not working or it’s going wrong. Maureen…
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Katie Oshita and Allison Alexander discuss private practice in the US, support for new families, tongue tie timing and more. Allison Alexander sees families struggling with complex feeding issues, develops customized care plans and supports families throughout the feeding journey. Understanding the dyad is what makes lactation universally different…
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In this bonus episode of one of our very first Deeper Dives, we're talking about our charting adventures and spilling the tea on all the electronic charting platforms we've tried. Plus we share our top-secret strategies for nailing that documentation, and let me tell you, customizing those charting templates is a game-changer. And checkboxes for in…
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Get ready for some real talk on The Milk Minute Podcast! Today Maureen and Heather welcome their new friend, favorite author, and podcast guest, Emily Nagoski! Emily is the award-winning author of the New York Times best selling, “Come As You Are” and the “Come As You Are Workbook,” and coauthor, with her sister, Amelia, of New York Times bestselle…
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Welcome back to the Milk Minute! Maureen and Heather are back from their hiatus and finally finished with holiday madness. Today we recap Heather’s birth and postpartum experience for those of you who don’t also listen to Beyond the Boob. We also chat about the way Heather has changed as a clinician after her recent trouble breastfeeding baby Marti…
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Breastfeeding struggles are not a uniquely US issue, nor is tongue tie. In this episode, Katie Oshita talks with Eva Fieback, an SLP/IBCLC in Berlin, Germany about the differences and similarities between support in the two countries. Eva discusses how as an SLP it is in her scope of practice in Germany to teach oral exercises, however IBCLC's are …
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"Is it bad that I'm using a nipple shield? Should I use a nipple shield? Is it something that should be in everybody's baby shower gift basket, or is this a medical device?" Does this sound like you? These are some of the most frequent questions Heather and Maureen get during consults, so here's a little refresher on the hot topic. Make sure you pa…
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You have questions, we have answers! In today’s episode, we are answering listener questions. Everything from burnout, internships, and patient privacy. We also talk about financial strategies for your private practice, because we know that money matters. The most important thing is to stay focused on your own journey and remember we're here to che…
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