Junior Goat’s Milk & Calcium (NZ Manuka Honey & Banana)

500 chewy animal shaped tablets

for Teeth, Digestion & Bones

Double Strength*

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Junior Goat’s Milk & Calcium (NZ Manuka Honey & Banana)
“Healthy as a goat” goat’s milk is a natural food with high nutritional characteristics especially for newborns. Calcium is an essential mineral in the human body that helps maintain healthy bones and teeth. The combination of these ingredients and NZ Manuka Honey provides good nutrition for growing children, together with enzymes that help support digestion. *Double Strength compared to Prolife Junior Creamy Vanilla and Chocolate flavored Goat’s Milk & Calcium Chewy tablets.
Ingredients: Each tablet contains: Low-fat Goat’s Milk Powder 400mg, Calcium (phosphate) 11.5mg, New Zealand Manuka Honey Powder, Enzyme blend (Bromelain, Amylase and Lipase) 1.5mg. This product contains dextrose, tableting aids and flavour.
Suggested Use: Children (age 3-7): Chew 1 tablets twice daily. Children (age 8+): Chew 1-2 tablets twice daily. Take preferably with food, or as professionally recommended. Adult supervision recommended.
References:

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Molgaard C., Thomsen B.L., Michaelsen K.F., Effect of habitual dietary calcium intake on calcium supplementation in 12–14-y-old girls, Am J Clin Nutr. 2004 Nov; 80 (5): 1422-7.

Murry A.C. Jr., Gelaye S., Casey J.M., Foutz T.L., Kouakou B., Arora D., Type of milk consumed can influence plasma concentrations of fatty acids and minerals and body composition in infant and weanling pigs. J Nutr. 1999 Jan;129 (1): 132-8.

Razafindrakoto O., Ravelomanana N., Rasolofo A., Rakotoarimanana R.D., Gourgue P., Coquin P., Briend A., Desjeux J.F., Goat's milk as a substitute for cow's milk in undernourished children: a randomized double-blind clinical trial, Pediatrics. 1994 Jul; 94 (1): 65-9.

Rutherfurd S.M., Darragh A.J., Hendriks W.H., Prosser C.G., Lowry D., Mineral retention in three-week-old piglets fed goat and cow milk infant formulas. J Dairy Sci., 2006 Dec; 89 (12): 4520-6.

Sawaya W.N., Khalil J.K., Al-Shalhat A.F., Mineral and vitamin content of goat's milk, J Am Diet Assoc. 1984 Apr; 84 (4): 433-5.

Cautions: Seek professional health advice if suffering from a medical condition, taking medication or experiencing allergies to dairy products before supplementing.

Disclaimer:

Nutritional information contained here is based on research literature and published knowledge on nutrition. Any nutritional suggestions should not be taken as medical advice.