FAQ's

Frequently asked questions

How much is recommended per day to increase milk supply?

The average 6-month-old drinks about a quart of milk daily, 90% of which is water so the better hydrated your body the better it performs. One quart is equal to 32 fl oz and the equivalent to three 11.2 oz containers or 1 Liter of Greater Than. However, feedback varies and some that we've received suggests 11 oz to 20 oz a day. Greater Than is not a cure nor replaces any sort of consultation with a Dr or lactation consultant, however, many Moms are finding Greater Than very beneficial for a variety of reasons that does support an increase in milk supply. Case in point it's really about finding what works best for you along with staying well hydrated which is good for both Moms & babies, but especially Moms.

Which one should I drink to increase my breast milk?

Is there like a guarantee that this will increase milk supply?

Can you drink this while you’re pregnant?

Why are they so expensive?

Is the coconut strong in this? I like coconut flavor but I don’t like coconut water?

Can the packaging be recycled?

What are the allergens?

Is Greater Than gluten free?

Is Greater Than dairy free?

Where can I find the ingredients and nutritional information?

How will Greater Than aid in my recovery after a workout?

Why is Greater Than better than water?

Should I drink Greater Than before, during or after working out?

Is Greater Than keto friendly?

Is Greater Than vegan?

Do you offer a military discount?

Can kids drink Greater Than?

Does Greater Than expire?

Where can I manage my subscription?

Why don't you offer smaller packs?

Any other questions?