Importance of Growing Up Milk
Breastfeeding is the best nutrition for your baby and is highly recommended as breast milk contains the essential nutrients, antibodies and prebiotics your baby needs. Breastfeeding is recommended for the first three years of life with exclusive breastfeeding during the first six months.
For non-breastfeed infant, Growing up milk can be given with a diverse and varied diet. It’s specifically tailored to contribute to provide nutrients your child needs during his intense period of growth:
- It is fortified with vitamins and minerals (vitamin C, vitamin D, iron, iodine, zinc) to support toddlers’ specific needs.
- It can contain oligosaccharides.
- It can contain LCPs, a type of healthy fats essential for brain and visual development.
For non-breastfeed infant, Growing-up milk provides a wide range of benefits to fit into a healthy diet, as opposed to cow’s milk which is not recommended for your child younger than 3 years as it contains higher levels of sodium and proteins, lower levels of some minerals & vitamins and no fibers. On top, it lacks essential fatty acids that are key for healthy brain development.
Importance of Growing Up Milk in the toddler’s diet
For non-breastfeed infant, Growing Up Milks are formulated to fit into a healthy diet and deliver nutrients that help fill in the nutrition gaps in the diet. Sometimes, some nutrients are not adequate in the diet and Growing Up Milks can help. To help meet the nutrient needs of toddlers, Growing Up Milk is specially formulated with nutrients not found in cow’s milk, thus offering a balanced diet to your little ones. While cow’s milk is high in protein and low in other vitamins and minerals, Growing Up Milk has a lower level of protein and sodium to provide a more balanced nutritional intake to your toddler. Growing Up Milk also nurtures toddler’s specific needs through fortified content such as Vitamin C, Vitamin D, iron and zinc.
Your child’s immunity is in a rapid development phase and is challenged by his environment and kindergarten or school. It is important to ensure he gets the right start through the right nutritional support.