Enfagrow A+ Gentlease with 360º DHA PLUS is a formulated children milk powder with DHA and easy-to-digest partially hydrolyzed protein for children in Malaysia from 1-3 years old. Enfagrow’s Gentlease helps children between 1-3 years old with digestion problems.
It is important that your child receives optimum nutrition to help support well-rounded development. What’s equally important for a child in Malaysia between 1-3 years old with delicate tummy is to have better digestion and absorption of key nutrients.
Enfagrow A+ Gentlease with 360° DHA PLUS is designed for children with delicate tummies and provides balanced nutrition. It contains:
Easy to digest partially hydrolyzed protein derived from PHP (Protein Hydrolyzation Process) Technology.
Protein is broken into smaller size.
Partially hyrolysed protein are easy to digest & easy to absorb1.
Scientifically formulated with 75mg DHA▪ to help meet expert recommendations for daily DHA intake♦.
Reduced* level of lactose.
Lactose may play a role for the absorption of Calcium & Magnesium especially for children who are lacking of lactose2. These minerals helps build strong bones and teeth3,4.
Watch our video to find out how Enfagrow A+ Gentlease is suitable for children with delicate tummies.
Enfagrow A+ Gentlease now available in new look and new packaging format.
*vs regular cow's milk.
▪In 3 servings per day.
♦FAO/WHO recommends daily DHA intake of 10-12 mg/kg body weight for children 12-24 months or 100-150mg DHA+EPA for children 2 years old and above. Reference : FAO 2010. Fats and fatty acids in human nutrition. Report of an expert consultation. FAO Food and Nutrition Paper no. 91. FAO: Rome.
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3Schaafsma G. Lactose and lactose derivatives as bioactive ingredients in human nutrition. International Dairy Journal. 2008;18(5):458-65.
4Lukito W, Malik SG, Surono IS, Wahlqvist ML. From’lactose intolerance’to’lactose nutrition’. Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 2015;24;S1.