WIN! Contented Calf Breastfeeding Recipe Books

The Contented Calf Cookbook - high resThe Contented Calf Cookbook: Nourishing Recipes for Breastfeeding Mums is a unique book of delicious meals especially devised to help breastfeeding mums boost their milk supply. First published in 2011, It provides an easy way of introducing lactogenic ingredients into the postpartum diet, but over half of the main meals are designed to be made in the final weeks and months of pregnancy and frozen, so new parents will have a freezer full of tasty, nourishing ‘ready meals’ for the first few weeks of parenthood.

The Contented Calf Cookbook is the inspiration of mother of two, Elena Cimelli.  Drawing upon her experiences of parenthood and breastfeeding with her first born, Elena was led to consider the importance of lactogenic ingredients.  With the support of food writer Jassy Davis, The Contented Calf Cookbook started to take form.  Together they began developing a range of recipes incorporating lactogenic foods.  Armed with first-hand experience of just how time consuming a new baby can be, the aim was to provide new mums with quick, simple, tasty and nutritious meal options that would help support nursing mums milk supply.

The Contented Calf Cookbook aims to support nursing mothers through a range of nourishing and convenient recipes that help promote milk production with the aid of lactogenic¹ rich ingredients.  Many of the recipes can also be easily prepared in advance and stored in the freezer – ideal for time-poor parents!

Now it’s easier than ever to cook-up an array of deliciously nutritious dishes for nursing mothers, with the arrival of a NEW digital cookbook and NEW ‘Sneak Peek’ sample recipe booklet from the multi-award-winning Contented Calf, making healthy, breast-milk promoting cooking, even more accessible than before!

Breastfeeding can be demanding on energy levels; on average a mother will burn between 300-500 calories a day to produce milk. Eating sufficient calories and getting an abundant supply of nutrients is helpful in itself for lactation.  The lactogenic¹ ingredients incorporated into The Contented Calf Cookbook recipes help to support the chemistry of lactation whilst ensuring the correct nutritional balance to satisfy both mother and baby’s needs.

The new A6 ‘Sneak Peek Recipe Booklet’ serves-up a tantalising selection of seven simple lactogenic¹ rich recipes, taken from the full edition of The Contented Calf Cookbook.

As of February, customers of the Contented Calf website will also be able to purchase Earth Mama Angel Baby® Milkmaid Tea, blended with 100% Organic traditional herbal galactagogues² and minerals, traditionally used to help support healthy breast milk production.

¹Lactogenic and ²Galactagogues are terms applied to foods & herbs that help stimulate lactation by helping to increase the levels of prolactin in the bloodstream. Lactogenic foods contain agents that interact with and support the chemistry of lactation. Lactogenic agents include tryptophan, natural plant sedatives, polysaccharides, fatty acids, saponins and plant sterols, among others.SneakPeek-CC (2)

For more information and to purchase the cookbook; Sneak Peek sample recipe book; Milkmaid Tea and the digital e-book, please visit  www.contentedcalf.com

 

We have two copies of the full paperback edition of  The Contented Calf Cookbook (RRP £14.99) to give away. To enter, simply email your name, address and daytime contact number to info@contentedcalf.com (please see the Contented Calf privacy policy: http://www.contentedcalf.com/privacy-policy/) by the closing date of Friday 14th March.

Posted by Tracy Thomas

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