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Aside from formula for infants, Meiji also produces a kind of formula for pregnant and breastfeeding women. This helps the mother have the required nutrition during either of these stages. Meiji Mamilac is full of all kinds of vitamins, minerals and more that aids the baby's health as it does the mothers.

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While a woman is pregnant or breastfeeding, her body needs all the nutrition it can get so her health is as good as it can be and thus helps the baby's growth as well. Meiji has Mamilack for this purpose, it contains a whole lot of nutritional value. It is a sucrose-free formulation so that there is o extra, unnecessary sugar being consumed.

Meiji Mamilac contains folic acid to help prevention of neural tube defects in infants. There is DHA that is essential for the gorwth and proper development of the brain and eyes. One finds B-Carotene which is an antioxidant, vitamin K that helps babies be safe from intracranial haemorrhages, iron for the maternal blood volume to be increased, zinc for normal functioning of the reproductive system and calcium to help with bone formation as well as protecting the mother from osteoporosis.

The Mamilac formula also has cow protein that is comprised of 80% casein and 20% whey, protein being one of the most basic building blocks of the human body. It is part of every single cell in the body and helps you repair cells and make new cells. 

Apart from all this, Meji Mamilac also has Fructooligosaccharides (FOS) that stimulates growth and activity of beneficial bacterial life as well as promote healthy digestion. FOS also improves mineral absorption. It helps strengthen the digestive system through these effects.

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A mother taking Meiji Mamilac will be in a healthier state, increasing the chances of better health for her baby. It is crucial for a mother to be in good health and eat the right kind of nutrition if an infant is to have good health.


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