Nu­tri­tion for grow­ing kids

The Star Malaysia - Star2 - - Women’s World -

MORINAGA Chil-kid, a grow­ing-up for­mula for chil­dren aged one and above, is en­riched with AA (arachi­donic acid), DHA (do­cosa­hex­aenoic acid), GOS (galacto-oligosac­cha­rides) and five nu­cleo­tides to pro­vide nu­tri­tion for grow­ing-up chil­dren.

En­hanc­ing brain de­vel­op­ment

AA and DHA help en­hance the de­vel­op­ment of the brain and cen­tral ner­vous sys­tem as well as the vis­ual func­tion.

GOS helps es­tab­lish a Bi­fi­dobac­terium-dom­i­nant flora and sup­presses the growth of harm­ful bac­te­ria in the in­tes­tine.

GOS is im­por­tant in al­le­vi­at­ing con­sti­pa­tion while nu­cleo­tides pro­mote healthy guts.

Morinaga’s ex­ten­sive re­search and de­vel­op­ment have re­sulted in the dis­cov­ery of a pro­bi­otic, the Bi­fi­dobac­terium longum BB536.

The re­search has also brought about the ben­e­fits of Lactoferin, which is widely used in chil­dren’s for­mu­las to im­prove im­mu­nity.

Morinaga Chil-kid is pro­duced and im­ported from a state-ofthe-art plant in the Nether­lands, us­ing Ja­panese tech­nol­ogy and strin­gent dou­ble-safety stan­dard.

The product is cer­ti­fied ha­lal.

About Morinaga

Morinaga Milk In­dus­try Co, Ltd is the sec­ond largest dairy product com­pany in Ja­pan that was founded on Sept 1, 1917, as Nip­pon Ren­nyu, Ltd.

Morinaga started its busi­ness with the pro­duc­tion of con­densed milk be­fore pro­duc­ing the first milk pow­der in 1920.

To­day, the brand, which is well known among Malaysian house­holds, is com­mit­ted to cre­at­ing nu­tri­tious and healthy prod­ucts for all ages.

The com­pany ex­ports its prod­ucts world­wide to more than 30 coun­tries.

Morinaga has al­most 50 years of his­tory in Malaysia and was the first Ja­panese milk for­mula to be avail­able in the mar­ket.

For de­tails, visit its Face­book page @moringachilkid­malaysia and @mori­nagamilk­malaysia.

Morinaga Chil-kid is pro­duced and im­ported from a state-of-the-art plant in the Nether­lands, us­ing Ja­panese tech­nol­ogy and strin­gent dou­ble-safety stan­dard.

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