I love grocery shopping because it relieves my stress and Iove shopping for my families needs, but whenever I am going on the milk section I always ask is my child’s milk same with other milk? What should I buy for them? Cow’s milk? goat’s milk? full cream? or skim milk? Is the nutrients these milk gives are the same? I think it’s not.
I think we moms should take note of what kind of milk and the amount of nutrients our children should get from their milk. Although all kinds of milk are rich in macro (carbohydrates, fats and protein) and micro (vitamins and minerals) nutrients.
Our kids during their early years get sick when expose to diseases because they have not yet developed the immunologic defences they need to fight diseases. As moms, we address this with giving our kids vitamins and milk that contains probiotics and probiotics.
Probiotics are live good bacteria that promote stomach balance and help strengthen the immune system. Prebiotics, on the other hand, act as a multiplier of good bacteria, ensuring acceptable good-to-bad bacteria ratio in the tummy and protection from within.
Studies reveal that the human brain grows about 3.5 times in mass from 0 to 5 years old. That is why kids during this time are able to learn and absorb new knowledge like a sponge. To support this, moms can give their child age-specific milk with high levels of DHA, ALA and LA, which are fatty acids that work together to promote proper brain structure development and normal cognitive functions.
All these and more can be found in NIDO® 3+ and NIDO® 5+. From the best of Nestlé Research™: NIDO® 3+ and NIDO® 5+ are the only age-specific milk brands with Lactobacillus PROTECTUS®, millions of live good bacteria that helps build your child’s bodily defenses.
NIDO® 3+ also contains a unique blend of natural fibers and nutrients called Prebio® 3, while NIDO® 5+ is enriched with CALCI-N® to help build healthy bones by providing better calcium absorption.
Milk plays a very important role in the overall growth and development of children, and so it pays to know what they need at different ages and stages of their growth for one to make the right milk choice.
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