Growing up formula for children above 1 year old which helps in immunity & brain development.
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Appeton AppeKidz is a growing-up milk suitable for children aged 1 to 12 years old. It is specially formulated to meet their nutritional demands throughout their growing years. It contains essential nutrients that facilitate the development of their cognitive skills, boost intellectual growth and strengthen the immune system.
- 100% imported from France
- Suitable for children 1-12 years old
- Incorporated with IMMU-system
- No added sucrose
- Appeton AppeKidz is incorporated with IMMU System, this special formulation is a unique combination of Nucleotides, DHA, Taurine, Choline, FOS and GOS, which helps to support your children’s optimum growth.
- Nucleotides - which form the building blocks of every cell in the body, including our immune system. When the body is fighting an infection, it aids the immune system through the acceleration of the antibody production.
- DHA, Choline and Taurine – for healthy brain and eyes. DHA plays a key role in the structure and function of neural tissues, especially the retina and brain. Choline and Taurine play important role in development of the brain.
- FOS and GOS – both are prebiotic that stimulate the growth and activity of beneficial bacteria in the gut. This increases the gut immune system and promotes a healthy digestion.
Who are recommended to take Appeton AppeKidz?
- For children aged 1-12 years old
- Gil A. Modulation of the immune response mediated by dietary nucleotides. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 2002; 56, Suppl 3, S1-S4.
- Lerner A, Shamir R. Nucleotides in infant nutrition: a must or an option. Isr Med Assoc J, 2000 ;2(10):772-
- Kulkarni AD, Rudolph FB, Van Buren CT. The role of dietary sources of nucleotides in immune function: a review. J Nutr, 1994;124(8 Suppl):1442S-1446S.
Direction for Use
2-3 servings/day (1 serving= 7 scoops in 210 warm water)
Breast milk is the best food for your baby
The best nutrition that you can give to your infant is breast milk. The World Health Organization recommends mothers worldwide to exclusively breastfeed infants for the first six months to achieve optimal growth and development.