Lactation Lab was founded by Stephanie Canale, a family physician as well as a mother of two. She collaborated with chemists and a top notch research lab to create breast milk tests for mothers all over. With this technology created, parents are able to discover nutritional information about breast milk by just reading the results of the test. In addition, Lactation Lab developed innovative ways to modify and supplement a mother’s diet and routine in order to optimize her milk.
And luckily, Lactation Lab will be at the 2018 New York Baby Show on May 19 and 20 at Pier 94.
Tickets to the New York Baby Show are $30 per family; $20 per individual. Children are free.
We spoke with founder of Lactation Lab, Stephanie Canale, about what to expect at this year’s Baby Show!
What should expectant and new parents know about your brand?
We are the only US-based company that offers offers a nutritional analysis of breast milk. We want to empower women to make healthy choices, know which dietary changes to make and which supplements to take to optimize their child’s health. We test what science has shown to be directly related to mother’s diet.
What’s new (in the past year) with your brand?
We lounged in September of 2017. We offer two kits: Basic and Premium. The Basic Kit tests for fats, calories, protein, and carbohydrates. The Premium Kit tests for all of what basic does but includes calcium, iron, vitamin B12, vitamin C, vitamin A, (ALA, DHA, ARA, LA omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids), and metals: cadmium, arsenic, lead and mercury.
What is your most popular product right now?
The Premium Kit is our most popular product on the market right now.
Why should Baby Show attendees stop by your booth at the New York Baby Show in 2018?
We will provide moms with reassurance by answering common concerns and questions as well as supply tools to optimize their milk.
Are you offering any special contests or discounts at your booth at the New York Baby Show in 2018?
Baby Show attendees will get 20% off both the Basic Kit and Premium Kit.
To learn more, visit lactationlab.com