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Nutritious Milk Drink for Children - Nangrow
  • Early childhood is marked by physical growth, cognitive development and socio-emotional capabilities.
  • Nutrition in this period is of high importance for children to reach their full potential and for appropriate functioning of the immune system

A nutritious milk drink for growing children aged 2-5 years

DHA Supplement for Kids - Nangrow

NANGROW contains essential nutrients to help support your child’s growth & development!

  • 47.6% RDA protein, Vit D & Calcium help support normal physical growth & bone development
  • DHA, iron & iodine help support normal brain & cognitive development*
  • Vit. A, C, iron & selenium help support normal immune system function
  • High quality whey protein for easy digestion

*Winner Health Food Drink for Children Category. Survey of over 2800 people by Nielsen across categories.

*DHA for normal brain development and, iron & iodine for normal cognitive development

Why is excessive added sugar intake not desirable for toddlers?

How to prepare a delicious glass of NANGROWTM?

  • Heat Water GIF

    Boil drinking water for 5 minutes and leave it till lukewarm

  • Health Drink GIF 2

    Gradually mix 7 level scoops++(33.5g) to 210ml of lukewarm water

  • Health Drink GIF

    Mixing with water more than 37o C may compromise benefits of the probiotics

  • Health Drink GIF 1

    Also tastes delicious with milk
    ++1 scoop ~ 4.78g

Nutritional Information

  • Ingredients

  • Minerals*

  • Vitamins#

Milk solids (71%), Demineralised whey (14.2%), Soyabean oil, Corn oil, Minerals*, Oil mix (Low erucic rapeseed oil, Sunflower oil, High oleic sunflower oil, Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) from Crypthecodinium cohnii oil, Antioxidant (304) and Sequestrant (330)), Emulsifier (Soya lecithin), Choline bitartrate, Vitamins#, Probiotic (Bifidobacterium lactis (CNCM I-3446) and Acidity regulators (330 and 525).

Probiotic (Bifidobacterium lactis (CNCM I-3446)) = 108 cfu/day based on recommended serve size.

Carrier: Glucose syrup and Maltodextrin.


Sodium citrate, Calcium citrate, Potassium phosphate dibasic, Magnesium chloride, Ferrous sulphate, Zinc sulphate, Cupric sulphate, Potassium iodide and Sodium selenite.

Carrier: Glucose syrup and Maltodextrin.


Sodium ascorbate, dl-alpha-tocopheryl acetate, Nicotinamide, Calcium pantothenate, Pyridoxine hydrochloride, Thiamine mononitrate, Riboflavin, Retinyl acetate, Folic acid, Phytylmenaquinone, d-Biotin and Cyanocobalamine.

Carrier: Glucose syrup and Maltodextrin.


Nutritional Table

  • Macro nutrients
  • Minerals
Approximate Composition Per 100g of Powder
Energy kcal 467
Proteinb g 14.3
Carbohydrate g 59.7
-Lactose g 59.7
-Sugar (Sucrose) g 0.0
Total Fat g 19.0
-Saturated Fatty Acids g 10.0
-Monounsaturated Fatty Acids g 3.7
-Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids g 3.5
-Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA) mg 40.0
-Trans Fatty Acids g 0.80
-Cholesterol mg 15
Approximate Composition Per 100g of Powder
Calciumb mg 536.00
Phosphorusb mg 285.00
Magnesium mg 48.00
Copper mg 0.30
Zincd mg 3.30
Seleniumd μg 15.20
Sodium mg 220.00
Ironc,d mg 8.50
Iodinec μg 60.00
Approximate Composition Per 100g of Powder
Vitamin Ad μg RE 351.00
Vitamin Cd mg 40.00
Vitamin Db μg 5.00
Vitamin E mgTE 3.00
Vitamin K1 μg 18.00
Thiamineb mg 0.58
Riboflavinb mg 0.90
Pantothenic Acid mg 1.80
Folic Acidb μg 90.00
Vitamin B6b mg 0.73
Biotin μg 10.00
VitaminB12b μg 0.82
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