Breastfeeding? Milk Screen™ may be the test for you.

Welcome our guest blogger this week, Julie Juminillo, Founder and Chief Product Officer with UpSpring Baby.  UpSpring Baby’s Milk Screen™ , a home test for alcohol in breast milk gives mothers that are breastfeeding peace of mind, while giving them the freedom to have occasional drink to celebrate, enjoy during dinner, or on girls night out.  Now moms have a way to ensure their breast milk is safe for their child, even if they have one or two drinks.  Watch this amazing video to learn more in celebration of Alcohol Awareness Month:


1 Response to “Breastfeeding? Milk Screen™ may be the test for you.”

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