Boost your child's immunity with Blemil Kids 4

Choosing the right complementary food can help children meet their nutritional needs, enhance growth and development and boost their immunity to prevent acquiring diseases.

What better complementary food to introduce to your children than Blemil Kids 4 – a product borne out of the partnership between NurtureMed, a subsidiary of Dyna Drug, and Laboratorios Ordesa, a maker of nutritional products for infants and children. These two companies share the same passion in nurturing the health of Filipino families.

Blemil Kids 4 is an ideal milk for growing kids 3 years old and up. It adapts to the digestive and renal capacities of children while ensuring the correct amount of nutrients provided to the body to improve their physical and intellectual growth.

Blemil Kids 4 has prebiotic FOS (fructooligosaccharides) that promote the growth of “microbiota,” including bacteria, in the gut area. A microbiota rich in bifidobacteria and lactobacilli may contribute to building up kids’ natural defenses against sickness and at the same time promote better intestinal flow for better digestion and absorption of nutrients.

It is also enriched with linoleic and alpha-linolenic acid to help kids with regard to their visual and cognitive development, plus L-carnitine and taurine to help support and maintain a general healthy state among kids.

Blemil Kids 4 is also a good source of iron, vitamin D and calcium to help prevent micronutrient deficiencies and contribute to good bone mineralization.

Blemil is distributed in the Philippines by Nurturemed Pharma Inc., a subsidiary of Dynadrug Corporation and is available at

Topics: Blemil Kids 4 , Nurturemed Pharma Inc , Kids , Dyna Drug , Laboratorios Ordesa
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