Is there anyway to get more fat in breast milk? My 6 month old is very small, and we have a genetic issue of some of our children being unable to digest some sugars (lactose and some carbs). My 6 month old is not on solids yet and we would like to see some more gain on him, the Dr wants to start him on rice cereal mixed with olive oil. In the past we have added olive oil to baby foods to add weight to our children who can't absorb some carbs. I'd like to exclusively bfed for a few more months to maximize fat intake, but I would like him to take in more of the fatty hind milk and less of the lactose rich foremilk, but for volume he needs the foremilk too. So, is there a way of upping the amount of hind milk I produce or the amount of fat in the milk? He wets great and poos great, his over all length has increased 4 inches since birth and 2 1/2 pds since birth or 3 1/2 pds since discharge weight. He is healthy overall and nurses every 2 too 4 hours day and night, (ave 3) developmentally he did everything the Dr asked at 6 months plus he reached for me yesterday and said "mama" (2 SIL's heard it too! ) So he is doing well, but could use to be beefed up some!