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Nurturing Your Child from Brain to Bowel
A child’s brain undergoes a tremendous period of growth during infancy and early childhood. Planning the right nutrition is vital for shaping the developing brain. The gut is sometimes called the “second brain” as it could influence a child’s brain development, memory and emotional functioning.
Etblisse Emil I’Kid incorporates natural unrefined brown rice, soya protein, soya lecithin and prebiotics, delivering brain-boosting nutrients such as B-vitamin complex, iron and phospholipids. Coupled with Chinese yam and millet, this formulation benefits indigestion and lack of appetite in children. The added oligosaccharide and inulin support growth of bifidobacteria bacteria in the gut to improve digestion and absorption. Emil I’Kid is undoubtedly the first choice for parents who love their kids!
Soya Milk*, Brown Rice, Glucose, Organic Millet, Soya Protein*, Oligosaccharide, Inulin Fibre, Soya Lecithin*, Chinese Yam
Product Features / Health Benefits:
5 Core Principles, All-Round Care for Your Child’s Health
-Dual Action --> Nurturing brain development to sustaining a healthy bowel
-Scientifically Formulated --> Value-added product with wholegrains, lecithin and prebiotics
-Slowly Grinded at Low Temperatures --> Mild without rancid flavours
-Fine and Delicate Powder --> Bottle feeding friendly, eases digestion and absorption
-No Added --> Flavourings, Preservatives, Dextrin
Recommended for infants and toddlers above 9 months old.
Porridge --> 5 measuring scoops mix with 150ml warm water, 1-2 times per day
Beverage --> 3 measuring scoops mix with 150ml warm water, 2-3 times per day
Note: Breast milk is best for babies. Use the enclosed scoop. Before feeding your child, make sure the prepared beverage is at the right temperature by testing on your wrist and discard any unfinished feed.
Store in a cool and dry place, away from heat and direct sunlight. Use within 8 weeks after opening