The serious situation of the formula shortage has ignited moms across the nation to pump more than ever for other moms. The mom community has come together unconditionally by relactating even when--- they have finally said they are done. Others have turned to Go-Lacta to boost their milk supply just so they can share their milk. But can you donate your breast milk to help another baby in need?
The answer is YES! Remember Go-Lacta is a super food and is highly nutritious! You get the super food benefit while taking Go-Lacta and the baby that takes your milk will benefit as well.
There are a number of ways you can do this. You may choose to share your milk to a friend or family member.
Another option is going to your local milk bank which is under HMBANA (Human Milk Banking Association of North America). There are strict guidelines before one's milk is accepted by the milk bank as the main priority are babies in the NICU.There are a list of verbal and/or written questions that have to be answered which includes one's lifestyle, foods and supplements taken. We advise calling your local milk bank to find out if they will accept your milk if you used Go-Lacta Moringa.
Finally, there are a number of networks that are set up in your local area. Check out Eats on Feets and Human Milk 4 Human Babies. These are milk-sharing networks that help facilitate donors and recipients.
Whichever one you decide to do, do make sure that you protect your milk and store them safely. Please read about protocols on storing human milk safely.