Benefits of colostrum

Colostrum comes out in pretty small amounts and doesn’t remain in breast milk for very long. It is baby’s first food and is super nutritious for your little one. Not only is colostrum packed with protein, carbohydrates, and antibodies, but it also helps baby digest and produce stool.

Some people like to think of colostrum as baby’s first vaccine that aids in fighting off new germs and viruses. Contrary to how it looks, colostrum is actually very low in fat. While your body starts making it about three to four months into your pregnancy, it only lasts for a couple of days after delivering (about three to four days to be exact) and it is very important to feed to baby while it is available as your mature milk will come in soon after.

Build milk supply with a breast pump

At Aeroflow Breastpumps, we know that preparing for a baby is a full-time job. From planning the nursery to thinking up the perfect name for your little one, there is so much to be done! One thing you can leave to us is getting the breast pump. Let our dedicated team of Breastpump Specialists help you check one task off your list.

Under the Affordable Care Act, most insurance plans will cover an electric breast pump at little to no charge. Even better news is that our Breastpump Specialists will do all of the work for you! We will call your insurance company to verify your benefits, and then give you a call to go over all of your coverage information. It is easy, quick, and did we mention, free?

Qualify for a name brand pump — for free!

Also, as a courtesy, we will ship you the breast pump at no charge. We carry all of the major breast pump brands including Medela, Spectra, Ameda, Hygeia, Lansinoh, Nuk, and Tomy. To get started, complete our Qualify Through Insurance form and let us handle the rest. Already had your baby or due in the next couple of weeks, don’t worry, we can help! For immediate assistance, just give us a call directly at (844) 867-9890. We look forward to assisting you!

Information provided in blogs should not be used as a substitute for medical care or consultation.