Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Start Strong with Dutch Lady PureFarm

The range of Dutch Lady PureFarm 
Being a lifestyle blogger, i believe that its really important to make sure that i get sufficient nutrients daily, and i would highly recommend that everyone should be aware about your daily consumtion of nutrients. I understand that when having a busy lifestyle, it gets a little tricky when it comes to keeping a healthy balance diet, thus with Dutch Lady PureFarm im happy to say that with Ducth Lady PureFarm, it helps me keep my body going in terms of providing the right nutrients and at the same time keeps my body strong. 

Ms Ashlee Ng giving a few insights on Dutch Lady PureFarm
Recently, Ducth lady PureFarm has a breakfast campaign where we had, Ashlee Ng, Marketing Director of Dutch Lady Malaysia highlighted the importance for Malaysian families to get sufficient essential nutrients from daily breakfast to help them start the day strong.

“Breakfast is the most important meal of the day as it is the first meal we eat after 8 to 12 hours from our last meal. Depriving our bodies of nutrients for as long as 12 hours means our brain lacks energy when we wake up. Our metabolism also needs food to kick-start itself into action,” said Ng.

Present at the event, we also had Professor Dr. Poh Bee Koon of Faculty of Health Sciences, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, who led the SEANUTS Malaysia survey also reported that a third of Malaysian children do not consume breakfast on a daily basis, which makes it all the more important that breakfast foods are selected wisely. Her team analysed seven popular breakfasts to see if they provide sufficient amounts of energy, protein, vitamins A, B2 and D, and calcium to meet 20 to 25% of recommended energy and nutrient intake for both adults and children.

We also had a very interesting chat on how Dutch Lady PureFarm helps to start our day!
According to Professor Poh, the study took cues from MyBreakfast Study of School Children to identify the most commonly consumed foods in the morning amongst Malaysian children, and the ingredients and portions of the breakfasts analysed were according to the Malaysian Dietary Guidelines. The seven commonly consumed Malaysian breakfasts analysed were nasi lemak, mee goreng, nasi goreng, roti canai, roti telur or French toast, sardines sandwich, and a combination of curry puff and two kuih.

I admit that the 7 commonly consumed Malaysian breakfast are commonly consumed by me (charged guilty!) However, when these breakfasts were consumed together with a 250ml serving of Dutch Lady PureFarm milk, the ideal 20 – 25% of daily nutrition intake could easily be met. Energy and all vitamins and mineral measured (vitamins A, B2, D and calcium) met the 20 – 25% daily RNI for adults and children. Who knew? 

Dutch Lady PureFarm provides the essential nutrients you need
Did you know that Dutch Lady PureFarm milk contains the following essential nutrients to help give Malaysian families a strong start every morning? Listed below are some of the benefits of consuming Dutch Lady PureFarm:
  • Protein helps to build and repair tissue so that our muscles work in good condition;
  • Vitamin A allows our eyes to function properly and helps us stay focused and alert, both at school and at work;
  • Vitamin B2 supports the release of energy from carbohydrates, fats and proteins;
  • Vitamin D aids the absorption and utilization of calcium and phosphorus; and
  • Calcium is the key for the growth and development of strong bones and teeth for children, and helps adults maintain a healthy bone mass for an active lifestyle.

Have you gotten your cup of milk this morning? 
Parents, friends, and families, be sure to add a glass of Dutch Lady PureFarm milk to your family’s breakfast and they will be ready to take on the day. Like they say, an apple a day keeps the doctor away and one glass in the morning every day gives you a stronger start! For more information about how a glass of Dutch Lady PureFarm milk can help you meet your required nutrient intake, go to Dutch Lady Malaysia Facebook at or xx

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