Thursday, July 28, 2016

NIDO 3+ Launches Always Check The Label Campaign with new endorser Mommy Sarah Lahbati

As mothers, we always want the best for our children. And giving them proper food and nutrition is one way of taking good care of them. Also making sure of  feeding them with the right amount they need.

One of the many things we moms regularly do is to go out and buy food from the market or grocery stores. Aside from having a list of things to buy, do we really check what's the content of what we are buying?

Remember the song of Mother Gothel in the movie Rapunzel? Mother knows best, listen to your momsies, mother knows best...It's true they say mothers know best but sometimes, even mothers need help when it comes to making the right decisions for their child, especially when it comes to their health. It is normal for moms to seek child care advice and parenting tips from experts as well as from family and friends with parental experience. However, there will be instances when they would end up more confused and less confident to make a decision after hearing varying recommendations or contradicting views. 

Nestle, NIDO® 3+ launches #CheckTheLabel, an educational campaign to encourage mothers to read and have a better understanding of food labels, so they can make smarter and healthier choices for their child. By checking the label, moms can verify nutritional claims, compare brands, and choose which one offers the best value for money.


Meet the First Time Mom, shares her motherhood experiences with this video.

During the launch of the #CheckTheLabel Campaign, a lot of information was discussed, and one of the very important things are the ways we should check the label and why it is important to check the label every time we purchase stuff, specially the food that we serve to our children.
Why is it important to read food label?
  • To choose the food with more nutritional value
  • To make healthy food choices
  • To help limit daily intake of sugar, salt, fat and cholesterol
How To Read Food Labels
First, take a look at the ingredients which are listed in the order of highest to lowest quantity. Watch out for health-sensitive ingredients such as sugar, salt, saturated fat, and sodium. When it comes to these, moderation is always key to better prevent the risk of obesity, diabetes, and other lifestyle-related diseases. 
Second, review the nutrition facts. It is important to go through each one to determine whether or not a particular food product meets the daily nutritional requirements of children, especially during their crucial growing-up years. Knowing the nutritional content can determine if a child is eating a healthy, balanced diet. 

Another good reason to check the label is to identify nutrients that are unique to a brand. Not all food products like milk are created the same, so choose the one that provides for your child’s needs, and more.  

As developed by the best of NestlĂ© Research, NIDO® 3+ is the only milk brand with Lactobacillus PROTECTUS®, millions and millions of live good bacteria that maintain the balance of good and bad bacteria in the gut, which in turn help strengthen the immune system. This unique probiotic can be found in every glass of NIDO® 3+ along with other essential nutrients such as: Prebio® 3, indigestible fibers that serve as food for good bacteria to grow and survive; DHA, ALA, LA and Taurine to support proper brain structure; and high levels of vitamins A, D, Calcium and Zinc to support overall growth and development.

Mommy Sarah Lahbati, lending her voice and support to the campaign is proud NIDO® 3+ mommy. Having experienced the same challenge when it was time for her to choose a growing-up milk for Zion when he turned three, the first-time mom learned that the best way for her to make a decision was to do research herself and check the labels on her options. And by precisely checking the label, Sarah Lahbati is assured that she made the right choice with NIDO® 3+.
Mommy Sarah's level of O.C.ness...to the 7th power!
Mommy Sarah & Mommy Adae


 #AlwaysCheckTheLabel   #CheckMoMuna
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