Lactation Lab Launches Unique Breast Milk Testing Service

Lactation Lab Launches Unique Breast Milk Testing Service

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact: Eric Canale and Dr. Stephanie Canale

Phone: 323-813-6455

Email: support(at)lactationlab(dot)com

Date: 10/25/17

Title: Lactation Lab Launches Unique Breast Milk Testing Service

Lactation lab Media Kit: https://goo.gl/GA6z6Z

Lactation Lab has launched a groundbreaking suite of tools designed to help breastfeeding mothers optimize the health and development of their babies by analyzing the nutritional content of their breast milk and providing actionable advice. Lactation Lab’s test kits allow milk samples to be collected by mothers in the comfort of their own home, without the need to visit a lab or doctor’s office. Easy-to-understand results are graphed and delivered along with personalized dietary recommendations, empowering moms to take charge of their nutrition and their children’s health. Dr. Stephanie Canale, MD was inspired to create the company with her husband based on her own experiences working as a full-time physician while breastfeeding.

 

Product Summary

With the easy-to-use home test kits Lactation Lab has developed, mothers can now learn about the nutrient make-up of their breast milk, improve their diet and nutrition, and safeguard against exposure to heavy metals and other toxins that could be harmful to a child’s growth and development. A mom simply collects a small amount of milk at home over a 24-hour period, freezes it and then mails it in. Lactation Lab then provides a detailed analysis of the nutritional content of the breast milk, including protein, carbohydrates, fat, calories, calcium, iron, key vitamins (Vitamins A, C and B12) and fatty acids including LA, ALA, ARA and DHA. They are also equipped to test for the presence of environmental toxins such as arsenic, lead, cadmium and mercury which can make their way into breast milk.

Background

Dr. Stephanie Canale is a Family Physician and Assistant Clinical Professor at UCLA. She is a working mother of two and had the idea of testing the nutrients in breast milk after returning to work and trying to continue to breastfeed her infant daughter. “I was trying to balance working full-time, being on call and caring for a very active…

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