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Young moms choose organic milk

Andi Eigenmann, Nikki Gil-Albert, and Pauleen Luna-Sotto have one thing in common: they prefer organic milk for their children. 

Celebrity moms (from left) Andi Eigenmann with Ellie, Nikki Gil-Albert with Finn, and Pauleen Luna-Sotto with Tali.
Actress, surfer, and mom of two, Eigenmann shared that her first daughter Ellie grew up with Hipp Organic, a brand of organic milk from Germany. Now at 8 years old, Eigenmann said her daughter enjoys the natural taste of Hipp Organic Kindermilk, which is free from added artificial sugars. 

Meanwhile, Gil-Albert and Luna-Sotto related they would introduce the same milk to their kids when they reach 3 years old. 

Hipp Organic Kindermilk for 3 years old and above is “developed from the best principle of nutrition science.” It contains organic lactose or “brain sugar” which is the natural sugar found in milk. 

It’s also made with natural Omega-3 that helps support brain development, calcium and vitamin D for strong bones, and organic prebiotics or galactooligosaccharides that help support healthy digestion. 

Edwin Feist, chairman and chief executive of Advanced Nutritional Technologies, partnered with Stefan Hipp to bring Hipp Organic milk products to the Philippines in 2013. 

According to the German baby food brand, its products are free from any chemical synthetic pesticides or insecticides, artificial growth hormones, prophylactic use of antibiotics, and GMOs. Further, the brand’s formulations are also free from gluten, artificial flavors and colors, and soy protein. 

Topics: Andi Eigenmann , Nikki Gil-Albert , Pauleen Luna-Sotto , Hipp Organic Kindermilk , Edwin Feist
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