Why use Milkscreen?
Because all mothers are unique! So, naturally the way our bodies process alcohol is unique, too. Metabolizing alcohol depends on several factors
- Body weight
- Type of alcohol consumed
- Food intake
In the past, there were only generalized guidelines for the questions surrounding breast feeding after consuming alcohol. Now, with Milkscreen,
there is one simple method to let Mom know if alcohol is present in her breast milk.
How Milkscreen works
Milkscreen consists of a plastic strip with a reactive test pad applied to one tip. Two minutes after saturation with breast milk the test pad
will change colors if alcohol is present, at 13.1 mg/dL or greater.
*Please Note: Milkscreen is a consumer product, and not intended to be used in the prevention, diagnosis or treatment of alcohol intoxication or poisoning
or other health-related conditions in women or nursing babies. See Milkscree Information Guide for complete details.