8 out of 10
Malaysian pregnant mothers are deficient in important nutrients.1,2
Studies have shown that most pregnant mothers in Malaysia did not achieve the recommended nutrient intake (RNI) for essential nutrients.1,2 
Learn more on how maternal milk helps to support this nutritional gap in the infographic below.
CALCIUM, FOLATE and PROTEIN are the key essential nutrients that Malaysian pregnant mothers lack.1,2
Percentage of pregnant mothers who did not achieve RNI for essential nutrients
  • Prevents pre-eclampsia and preterm births3
  • Builds strong bones and teeth4
  • Supports placenta's and foetus' overall growth and development4
  • Helps prevent birth defects of the brain and spine4
  • Supports healthy tissue production for developing child and the mother5
Nutritional adequacy becomes a challenge with gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) on the rise:
Malaysia is ranked the 5th highest in GDM prevalence among 20 countries in Asia, with 18.5% prevalence rate.6
Risk factors of GDM include:6
  • History of previous GDM
  • Macrosomia
  • Congenital anomalies
  • Body mass index ≥ 25 kg/m2
  • Pregnancy-induced hypertension
Bridge nutritional gap with low glycaemic index (GI) maternal milk supplement
  • Study showed that maternal milk consumption during pregnancy may influence the adequacy of individual maternal dietary intake (i.e. energy, protein and calcium).7
  • Suitable for mothers with GDM & weight management: Drinking low GI maternal milk can help pregnant mothers meet their nutritional needs without gaining too much weight, hence reducing the risk of GDM.8
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to support foetus' brain development4,9
To help meet the recommended levels of folic acid, protein and calcium during pregnancy10,11
  • Lower in fat
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  • Low GI
    (GI < 55)12

▲Compared to other maternal milk brands in the market as of Jan 2022. Enfamama A+ provides 100 mg DHA per 100 g powder; ♦Compared to other maternal milk brands in the market as of Jan 2022. Enfamama A+ provides 560 mg Choline per 100 g powder.

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