Dear Expecting and New Parents,

Congratulations on your exciting journey into parenthood! We understand that this can be an overwhelming time, which is why we are thrilled to invite you to enroll in the presale of our comprehensive milk supply course.

This course is designed to prepare you for breastfeeding by focusing on your knowledge about milk supply: breast anatomy, hormones role, establishing milk supply, what is a full milk supply, low milk supply, oversupply, how to increase your supply (at the breast and with a pump), maintaining your supply, sleep and milk supply, and more!

You will also gain practical insights and tools that will help you navigate your milk supply with confidence.

We believe that every parent deserves access to the best resources and support to help them navigate this chapter in their journey. That's why we are working tirelessly to create this course for you. With our easy-to-follow modules and online community classroom for additional support, you can learn at your own pace and in the comfort of your own home.

As a thank you for enrolling in the presale of our course, we are offering it at a discounted price and are including weekly Q&A sessions here within our community room as each chapter is released so we can make sure that your questions are answered.

We are excited to support you on this incredible journey of parenthood, and we look forward to seeing you in the virtual classroom.


Your BPU Team

Course curriculum

    1. Get The Most Out Of Class

    1. Lactation Hormones

    2. Breast Changes and Red Flags

    3. Breast Anatomy

    4. Just For Fun - Testing Your Knowledge

    1. What is Normal?

    1. How Milk Supply Works

    1. Low Supply

    1. Engorgement/ Mastitis - Coming Soon

About this course

  • $25.00
  • 18 lessons

Sneak Peak Classes Instant Access

Chapters up and ready for you today

Starting learning instantly in our 3 chapters we already have ready for you. Click on the arrow next to SNEAK PEAK above to take a look.

In these lessons, you will learn about lactation hormones and their role in your milk supply, Breast changes that we want to see, red flags so you know when to reach out to an IBCLC to hep troubleshoot before and/or after baby arrives depending on where you are at in your journey, and breast anatomy.