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NIDO® 5+ 1.2kg

NIDO® 5+ 1.2kg


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


NIDO® 5+ is a growing up milk specially formulated for the nutritional needs of kids above 5 years old. The New NIDO® 5+  is now improved with NutriTods, a scientific program specially designed by experts to address the growing up needs of Filipino kids. The new NIDO 5+ has no added sucrose or table sugar! It is the only milk that contains LACTOBACILLUS PROTECTUS® with L. Rhamnosus, which is scientifically proven to support your child’s respiratory defensesand helps protect them against pathogens in the upper respiratory tract, which causes frequent coughs and colds. NIDO® 5+ also contains nutrients like DHA, LA & ALA for the brain, PREBIO3® fiber for digestion, and other essential vitamins and minerals that support your child’s Overall Growth Development & Immunity. 

Talagang Nutritodo ang nutrisyon with NIDO 5+ na mas pinahusay with Nutritods.  During their critical school age stage, protect your child's self discovery & Choose the new NIDO 5+ as the growing up milk for them!

For children 5 years old and above

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Ingredients & Nutritional facts
Ang NEW NIDO® 5+ ay mas pinahusay ng
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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*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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