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Partially Hydrolysed Protein vs Regular Cow’s Milk Protein: The Hard Facts

Milk is power packed with all sorts of nutrients for a growing child. And just like a superhero has his source of strength, your child can get a variety of vitamins and minerals from milk.

1 min to read By Danial Ahmad , Author Sep 29, 2016

Milk is power packed with all sorts of nutrients for a growing child. And just like a superhero has his source of strength, your child can get a variety of vitamins and minerals from milk. But, is regular cow’s milk good enough? Not all protein for children are the same. Partially Hydrolysed Protein is broken down cow’s milk protein that’s easier to digest. Let’s take a look at how Partially Hydrolysed Protein is produced.

Not all proteins are the same. Proteins that are broken down to smaller particles are scientifically shown to be easier to digest compared to regular cow’s milk. NANKID OPTIPRO HA 3 uses Nestlé’s Most Advanced Protein, which are proteins broken down into pieces that are 10x smaller through a hydrolysis technology within Nestlé. NANKID OPTIPRO HA 3 contains Partially Hydrolysed Protein, 50mg of DHA & ARA** and 100 million BIFIDUS BL beneficial bacteria**.

**per 100g of milk powder

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