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3 Reasons Why You Should Consider Using the Better Breastfeeding Platform



Online breastfeeding classes can be a helpful resource for new and expecting parents. By learning about breastfeeding before your baby arrives, you can be more prepared and confident for the journey ahead.


That’s where Better Breastfeeding comes in! Through our platform, we seek to educate moms and partners on everything breastfeeding-related. There are other breastfeeding classes out there, you may be wondering what makes us different. Read on to see why Better Breastfeeding is better.


Medically-Based Content

At Better Breastfeeding, we created a system that provides moms and partners with all the information and support necessary to feed, breastfeed, and bond with their babies. Unlike other online sources, the information and recommendations provided by Better Breastfeeding are medically based and clinically proven. They include anatomy, physiology, and mechanics of how you and your baby function individually and together. We offer more than just tips and tricks to help you feed and bond with your baby, regardless of your circumstances.


Interactive Platform

Better Breastfeeding is the first of its kind when it comes to online breastfeeding classes. To ensure we provide the best learning experience, we created an online, interactive, web-based application so you can learn at your own pace. Here are some of its features:


Wellness Check-Ins

  • Through Better Breastfeeding’s Wellness Check-Ins, you can keep track of your baby's intake, output, physical growth, and development.

Virtual Breastfeeding Specialist

  • Subscribing to Better Breastfeeding will also give you access to your own Virtual Breastfeeding Specialist. Built on a smart platform, it will guide you through a self-assessment to help you figure out what is causing your baby’s breastfeeding issues and provide helpful recommendations.

Breastfeeding Video Library

  • At the heart of the Better Breastfeeding platform lies our informative tutorial library, where Dr. Linda Dahl shares two decades of knowledge about breastfeeding, feeding, and bonding with your baby. Our library is thoughtfully organized, with over 6 1/2 hours and 138 chapters of original content. They even come with printable handouts, so you don’t have to worry about taking notes.


Comprehensive System

In-person and online classes focussed solely on breastfeeding can be hard to find. Most platforms include breastfeeding as part of their prenatal courses. Additionally, some breastfeeding classes focus on tips and tricks without explaining the underlying process.


At Better Breastfeeding, we believe that breastfeeding is a skill that can be learned, and we're here to help you master it. We offer comprehensive tutorials on an holistic platform that provide you with the information and support you need early on to breastfeed successfully.


Frequently Asked Questions


When should I start lactation classes?

The best time to take breastfeeding classes is during your third trimester, when you are 28 to 38 weeks into your pregnancy. There is so much to learn, it's great to be prepared and have time to go over the information more than once.


What is the easiest way to learn to breastfeed?

The easiest way to learn to breastfeed is by enrolling in the right breastfeeding class before your child is born and have access to that information whenever you need it. Learning about the mechanics of breastfeeding can help you feel more prepared and confident, especially if you face challenges along the way.


Where can I learn about breastfeeding?

You can learn about breastfeeding many ways, but it's hard to know what information to trust. Now-a-days, a lot of information can be found online (through websites, mobile apps, and social media platforms). Alternatively, you can visit your trusted clinics and hospitals and ask the doctors there for recommendations if they have training in breastfeeding medicine.


Is breastfeeding for 3 months good enough?

The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends breastfeeding for the first two years, but any amount of breastfeeding or breastmilk you can offer your baby is great.


Join Better Breastfeeding Today!

If you want to enroll in the best online breastfeeding class, look no further than Better Breastfeeding. With our interactive platform, self-guided assessments, and medically based content, you can make your breastfeeding journey more successful.


Don't miss out! Subscribe today and give yourself and your baby the gift of a smoother, more confident breastfeeding experience.


Reviewed by Linda Dahl, MD

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