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Lactation Boost | Bundle & Save 15%

Lactation Boost | Bundle & Save 15%

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Promote Milk Supply | Boost Energy | Optimise your Breastfeeding Nutrition 
  • Made for Breastfeeding Mums
  • Over 12 Vitamins & Minerals
  • Collagen Protein
  • Lactation Boosting Superfoods
  • The perfect addition to smoothies
  • Gluten Free. No Added Dairy or Soy

Whats Inside

Can't decide on a flavour? Bundle & Save 15%! Lactation Boost is the perfect breastfeeding protein powder to boost your diet & energy, while promoting your milk supply. Formulated with:

☉ 13.6g of Collagen Protein
☉ 50% of your RDI for Iodine & 20% of your RDI for Iron
☉ 210mg of Calcium & 192mg of Magnesium
☉ Vitamins B1, B2, B3, B6 & B12
☉ Omega-3, Choline & Zinc
☉ 1450mg Non- GMO Sunflower Lecithin
☉ Gluten-free Brewers Yeast, a lactation superfood
☉ Herbal Galactagogues including Fenugreek, Blessed thistle, Fennel & Nettle


☉ Boost your breastfeeding diet
☉ Increase energy & wellbeing as a breastfeeding mum
☉ Optimise postpartum thyroid health, which may impact milk supply
☉ Promote milk supply with a blend of five lactation superfoods including brewers yeast
☉ Support milk flow with 1450mg Non- GMO Sunflower Lecithin
☉ Be allergen friendly. Gluten Free & No Added Dairy/Soy.

How To Use

Mix 3 tbsp into 200ml milk of your choice. We love the no added sugar coconut milk.

To Increase Milk Supply: Use 3 tbsp daily. You can add Lactation Boost into your choice of milk, smoothie, oats, yoghurt, chia pudding or bliss balls.

To Support Colostrum: Suitable from 36 weeks pregnant. It's the perfect addition to a medjool date smoothie to support your birth preparation (6-8 dates daily help to ripen the cervix, shorten labour and decrease risk of postpartum bleeding)

For General Nutrition Support as a Breastfeeding Mum: Add 3tbsp into you diet as needed! It's a great option to use after workouts, boost up your oats at breakfast, or make into a lactation smoothie to drink on the go. The options are endless!

Who can use this

Suitable from 36 weeks pregnant, alongside antenatal colostrum expressing. Check with your midwife or care provider to see if Lactation Boost is suitable for you.

Lactation Boost should be used in conjunction with frequent breastfeeding or pumping sessions, to increase your milk supply & stimulate prolactin production. Remember- It's normal for a newborn to feed between 8-14 times in a 24 hour period! If you need support, reach out to an IBCLC for a breastfeeding assessment.


WILD BERRY: Protein (Bovine Collagen, Hemp), Berries (Strawberry, Raspberry, Red Goji, Acai, Black Goji Extract), Natural Flavours, Mother’s Blend (Inactivated Brewer’s Yeast, Fenugreek, Blessed Thistle, Fennel, Nettle Leaf), Sunflower Lecithin, Minerals (Calcium Citrate, Magnesium Gluconate, Magnesium Oxide, Zinc), MCT Oil, Banana, Beetroot, Apple Pectin, Kelp, Vitamins (B3, D, B6, B2, B1, B12)

CHOCOLATE: Protein (Bovine Collagen, Hemp), Cocoa, Natural Flavours, Mother’s Blend (Inactivated Brewer’s Yeast, Fenugreek, Blessed Thistle, Fennel, Nettle Leaf), Minerals (Calcium Citrate, Magnesium Gluconate, Magnesium Oxide, Zinc), Cacao, Sunflower Lecithin, MCT Oil, Beetroot, Apple Pectin, Acai, Sweetener (Monk fruit extract), Black GOji Extract, Kelp,Vitamins (B3, D, B6, B2, B1, B12)

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  • Mother's Milk Blend

    A blend of galactagogues including fenugreek, blessed thistle, fennel, nettle & brewers yeast which may increase your milk supply alongside frequent feeds.

  • Packed with Protein

    A blend of collagen & hemp protein for improved energy, blood sugar balance, postpartum weight loss and milk supply.

  • Non- GMO Sunflower Lecithin

    1450mg of sunflower lecithin which may prevent clogged ducts and engorgement. A source of choline to reduce "mum brain".

  • B Vitamins & Iron

    Contains 20% of your daily iron intake & a comprehensive blend of B vitamins, to elevate your energy and postnatal wellbeing while breastfeeding.

  • Calcium & Magnesium

    Provides 210mg of calcium with the synergy of 130mg of Magnesium to promote bone health and milk supply during your menstrual cycle.

  • MCT Oil & Iodine

    MCT oil is rich in healthy fats to alleviate brain fog. Natural kelp provides iodine to support breastmilk iodine concentration & postpartum thyroid health.

  • Made In Australia

    Maternal Essentials is a small, family run business located in the Sunshine Coast Hinterland. Our products are proudly made in Australia.

  • Chocolate & Wild Berry Flavours

    Lactation Boost comes in: Chocolate or Wild Berry. We use natural ingredients & a touch of monk fruit, to create a delicious protein loved by breastfeeding mums.

  • Gluten Free & No Added Dairy or Soy

    Lactation Boost & Mothers Boost are both gluten free and contain no added dairy or soy. Enjoy our allergen friendly protein powders in confidence.

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Galactagogue Blend

A blend of five milk boosting foods.

Fenugreek & Fennel contain a compound called diosgenin which supports prolactin production, a hormone involved in promoting and establishing your milk supply. One study reported a significant increase in milk supply after supplementing with fenugreek during early lactation. Another study found increased blood levels of prolactin & milk supply in breastfeeding mums after consuming fennel. Animal models have also suggested fenugreek supports the “let down reflex” by increasing oxytocin.

Blessed Thistle stimulates blood flow to your breasts to improve milk supply.  Nettle and Brewers Yeast are filled with essential nutrients like B-Vitamins and Iron to support the nutritional demands of breastfeeding. This comprehensive lactation blend is the reason why Lactation Boost may help increase your milk supply.


Collagen and hemp protein for energy, weight loss and milk supply.

The recommended dietary intake of protein while breastfeeding is 67g daily.

Studies have shown that your protein intake while breastfeeding, influences the nutritional composition of your breastmilk, increasing availability of amino acids for newborn growth.

Protein also supports healthy weight loss while breastfeeding, by balancing blood sugar and enhancing your metabolism. Finally, protein promotes postnatal wellbeing and mood, by assisting in the production of neurotransmitters like your happy hormone serotonin & motivation boosting hormone, dopamine.

Great food sources of protein to add into your breastfeeding diet include lean meats, seafood, eggs, nuts, chia seeds, hemp seeds legumes and of course, our Lactation Boost Breastfeeding Protein Powder, containing 13.6g of protein per serve.

Sunflower Lecithin

Prevents blocked milk ducts while breastfeeding.

Sunflower lecithin provides amazing support to breastfeeding mums who persistently struggle with blocked milk ducts. It contains a blend of fatty acids that works to emulsify "sticky" breastmilk, improving flow and may reduce blocked ducts. Sunflower lecithin is also a source of choline needed to support brain function in mum and baby. The recommended dietary intake of Choline while breastfeeding is 500mg daily. Choline rich foods include eggs, liver, peanuts, mushrooms and of course our Lactation Boost Breastfeeding Protein Powder, containing 1450mg of Non-GMO sunflower lecithin and 25mg of choline.

B Vitamins & Iron 

To boost your energy & mood postpartum.

B Vitamins including B1 and B6 are used by your cells to boost available energy in your body, reducing postpartum fatigue. They also help make serotonin, your happy hormone, supporting postnatal mood. Vitamin B12 may reduce postnatal anxiety and improve Iron absorption.Iron promotes postnatal mental wellbeing, with iron deficiency during the postpartum period increasing risk of postnatal depression.

The recommended dietary intake of Iron as a breastfeeding mum is 18mg. Dietary sources of Iron include red meat, lentils, liver, eggs, leafy greens, nuts and our Lactation Boost & Mothers Boost Postpartum Proteins.

Calcium & Magnesium

Enhance bone health & regulate milk supply during your period.

As a breastfeeding mum, you loose between 200-300mg of calcium daily in your breastmilk to support the growth of your baby. If your diet is low in calcium, your body will 'dissolve' your bones to release calcium into your breastmilk, in a process called bone resorption. Inadequate calcium intake increases your risk of osteoporosis after menopause. A calcium rich diet while breastfeeding can minimise bone loss, if your intake is less 500mg daily.

Breastfeeding mums can also experience a decrease in milk supply when their menstrual cycle returns. This is because your calcium levels drop during your period impacting your breastmilk volume. Taking Calcium alongside Magnesium to promote uptake, can help to maintain your milk supply during your period.

The recommended dietary intake of calcium while breastfeeding is 1,000mg. Food sources include dairy, tofu, tahini, dried figs, chia seeds. Lactation Boost Protein Powder, provides 210mg of calcium and 130mg of magnesium per serve.


Promotes infant development & postpartum thyroid health.

Prioritising iodine in your diet as a breastfeeding mum will support the cognitive development and growth of your baby. Your breastmilk is the only source of iodine your baby receives, until solids are introduced at 6 months. If you have low dietary iodine, your breastmilk will have a lower concentration. Iodine also supports postpartum thyroid health.Your thyroid regulates hair growth and cognition, with suboptimal function influencing postpartum hair loss and 'mum brain'. The recommended dietary intake of iodine while breastfeeding is 270 µg. Food sources include salmon, eggs, dairy, seaweed, iodised salt and our Lactation Boost Protein Powder, providing 75 µg of iodine per serve

6 Tips to Support your Breastfeeding Journey

☉ The more breastfeeds you do (or pumping sessions) the more milk you will make.

☉ Breastfeeding can be uncomfortable at first, but we promise it will get better!

☉ Eight to twelve feeds a day is very normal for newborns!

☉ Your milk will typically "come in" between 2-5 days after birth.

☉ Focus on lots of skin to skin in the early weeks.

☉ Make sure you are eating enough and prioritising balanced meals.