As you all know I have taken a personal interest in the challenge that President Obama has issued to the entire nation to serve their communities. The President has called on all Americans to participate in our nation’s recovery and renewal by serving in our communities.
There are a multitude of ways for YOU to get involved. All across the country, Americans are helping their communities fight poverty, recover from disasters, mentor youth, raise graduation rates and tackle our toughest social challenges.
After hearing about such stories I felt personally compelled to make an impact on my community. When I thought about tackling this issue, I wanted to not just mentor youth, but tackle an even more serious issue that has plagued urban communities for so long – malnourishment.
Malnutrition is the condition that results from taking an unbalanced diet in which certain nutrients are lacking, in excess (too high an intake), or in the wrong proportions. Malnutrition increases the risk of infection and infectious disease; for example, it is a major risk factor in the onset of active tuberculosis. In communities or areas that lack access to safe drinking water, these additional health risks present a critical problem. Lower energy and impaired function of the brain also represent the downward spiral of malnutrition as victims are less able to perform the tasks they need to in order to acquire food, earn an income, or gain an education.
The program I have implemented is set to take off in the next few months. I have piloted a version of this program for the past two years in order to gain statistical information regarding reach, effectiveness, and areas of improvement.
“Milk Men for America” or M.M.A. for short Is viewed by scholars world wide as being at the forefront of solving the worlds malnutrition issues. One Saturday a month for the past two years I have picked a random McDonalds location throughout the city of Pittsburgh and breastfed other people’s children.
The art of male lactation is one that is picking up worldwide. In conjunction with “Father’s who Breastfeed” we are setting a personal goal to feed 1 Billion People throughout the world by the year 2035.
How? Well the first step is to train men around the world on proper breastfeeding techniques. We’ve partnered up with Tae-Bo legend Billy Blanks to create a tutorial video. His role is to cultivate Milk Men for America members to harvest their full lactation ability.
Step 2: Purchase the DVD. As much as we would love to tell you the secrets to our program we are unable to without having you buy the DVD.
If you would like to go through our official Milk Men for America training program or would like to donate your milk, please email email@example.com