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NIDO® 5+

The NEW NIDO® 5+ is improved with NutriTods, a scientific program specially designed by experts to address the growing up needs of Filipino kids. NIDO® 5+ has no added table sugar and is rich in nutrients such as LACTOBACILLUS PROTECTUS®, DHA and B Vitamins, PREBIO3®, Iron, Zinc and other essential vitamins & minerals for kids ages 5 and above.

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KEY FEATURES AND BENEFITS

NIDO® 5+ is a Growing Up Milk expertly made to provide preschoolers AGE APPROPRIATE NUTRITION to support their fast growth and development asthey take on their first projects.

 

 

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ANG NEW NIDO® 5+ AY MAS PINAHUSAY NG NUTRITODS™ PROGRAM TO PROVIDE SCHOOL AGE KIDS EXPERTLY MADE MILK AND AGE APPROPRIATE NUTRITION

✓ No Added Table Sugar

✓ Nutritional Requirements for all stages *FITS/FNRI findings

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Important Nutrients
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LACTOBACILLUS PROTECTUS®

to help support Upper Respiratory Defense

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PREBIO3®

to aid Healthy Digestion

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DHA, LA, & ALA

serve as building blocks of the brain

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VITAMIN A, C, E, AND SELENIUM

to help support immunity

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IRON & ZINC

to help Normal Cognitive Development

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CALCIUM & VITAMIN D

to help support Growth & Development of Bones and Muscles

 

According to the experts in the NutriTods™ Program

 

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TSZ NING MAK

Childhood Nutrition and Epidemiology

Lead Author- “Contribution of Milk Beverages to Nutrient Adequacy of Young Children and Preschool Children in the Philippines”

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2 glasses of NIDO® 5+ can fulfill up to

 

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For more information and details:

Nestle Consumer Hotline

(+632) 8898-0061
consumer.services@ph.nestle.com

 

*Mak TN, Angeles-Agdeppa I, Tassy M, Capanzana MV, Offord EA. Contribution of Milk Beverages to Nutrient Adequacy of Young Children and Preschool Children in the Philippines. Nutrients. 2020;12(2):392. Published 2020 Feb 1. doi:10.3390/nu12020392

Denney L, Angeles-Agdeppa I, Capanzana MV, Toledo MB, Donohue J, Carriquiry A. Nutrient Intakes and Food Sources of Filipino Infants, Toddlers and Young Children are Inadequate: Findings from the National Nutrition Survey 2013. Nutrients. 2018;10(11):1730. Published 2018 Nov 11. doi:10.3390/nu10111730

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