March 28, 2013
milkscreen Home Test for Alcohol in Breast Milk by UpSpring Baby are 50% off this week!
milkscreen is a simple, two-minute test that detects for alcohol in breast milk.
Studies have shown infants consuming breast milk with alcohol concentrations at approximately 30mg/dl, or .03%, and higher have exhibited distinctive changes in:
The milkscreen test is set to show a color change at .02% to let Mom know if her milk contains a level of alcohol that may negatively impact baby.
Click here to learn more….
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