The Best For Your Child, CHECK THE LABEL

NIDO 3+ launches #CHECKTHELABEL, an educational campaign to encourage mothers to read and have a better understanding of food labels, so they can make smarter and healthier choices for their child.  By checking the label, moms can verify nutritional claims, compare brands, and choose which one offers the best value for money.

How to read food labels

When checking food labels, take a look at the ingredients which are listed in the order of highest to lowest  quantity.  Watch out for health-sensitive ingredients  such as sugar, salt , saturated fat , and sodium . When it comes to these, moderation is always key to  better prevent the risk of obesity, deabetes, and other lifestyle related diseases.

Next, review the nutrition facts. It is important to go through each one to determine whether or not a particular food product meets the daily nutritional requirements of children, especially during their crucial growing-up years. Knowing the nutritional content can determine if a child is eating a healthy balanced diet.

Developed by the best of Nestle Research, NIDO+3 is the only milk brand with Lactobacillus PROTECTUS, millions and millions of live good bacteria that maintain the balance of good and bad bacteria in the gut, which in turn help strength the immune system.

This unique probiotic can be found in every glass of NIDO 3+ along with other essentials nutrients such as Prebio 3, indigestible fibers that serve as food for good bacteria to grow and survive:DHA, ALA, LA and Taurine to support proper brain structure and high levels of vitamin A,D, Calcium and Zinc to support overall growth and development.

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