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    Milk Powder - Grow 3+ (Abbott)

    Recently I can't find this milk in the market. One of the herbal shop owner told me that the company has recalled all these milk powder due to stop production!!?? I called to the company, I was told to have a new product which I can't find the market also. In another hand, the herbal shop owner insisted that the salesman informed no new prodcut to replace this. Now, i'm having problem to let my son ( 5 years old) to change the milk powder.
    It seems like I'm turned down by the company which I've supported all this time.
    Anyone know what happen to this milk powder?

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    I just don't understand all this thing about milk for different age groups! How did we all grow up during our time...got numbered milk ah? Parents nowadays are so influenced by all the targeted advertisement. Most of these overated milk is too sweet.

    Parents should just use their common sense where milk is concerned...

    Sry this is not helping you but I just gotta get it out of my system. Yr child is five already, just give fresh milk or any reconstituted powdered milk. Actually, we don't really need milk. Ask yourself why we need milk? Whatever your answer, it can be got from some other source.

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    Cool

    Yes, I don't get it too. Life has got too complex nowadays.
    The only milk I grew up on was the breast milk.
    That's OK Chang, I am quiet aware of your biased moderation too... And I dont need to slip in any last few words

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    Have been giving my kids "goodday" fresh milk for some time... think most powder milk are overly sweet thus promote tooth decay.... a carton probably will pour 4 glasses... more expensive and tedious to go to buy often... but isnt it good for your kid?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fRaNkY
    Have been giving my kids "goodday" fresh milk for some time... think most powder milk are overly sweet thus promote tooth decay.... a carton probably will pour 4 glasses... more expensive and tedious to go to buy often... but isnt it good for your kid?
    Thanks franky for your sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by umadavid
    I just don't understand all this thing about milk for different age groups! How did we all grow up during our time...got numbered milk ah? Parents nowadays are so influenced by all the targeted advertisement. Most of these overated milk is too sweet.

    Parents should just use their common sense where milk is concerned...

    Sry this is not helping you but I just gotta get it out of my system. Yr child is five already, just give fresh milk or any reconstituted powdered milk. Actually, we don't really need milk. Ask yourself why we need milk? Whatever your answer, it can be got from some other source.

    why do you sound so serious? at least i feel. I'm using my common sense to give my son the best. I believe all the parents are doing so. Besides, due to lots of reasons, I still giving my son powdered milk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jey
    Yes, I don't get it too. Life has got too complex nowadays.
    The only milk I grew up on was the breast milk.
    However, I don't think giving my son powdered milk is a way of complex. Please simplify somethings in our life as well.

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    Breast Milk if got ,is the best ! , In china (ok certain poor village) you can actually buy it.

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    u should try the new Dutch Lady growing up milk TTRatio...

    heheheheh...all my 5 children, 3months to 7yrs old, are growing up nicely on Dutch Lady lah...Best ever lady next to my old lady lah

    Am also trying out Dutch Lady with my ellies...

    Yang Bersusu Dutch Lady latotupai

    p/s dont play play believe everything u read, saw, heard...
    in luv with bikes...in lust with AphroditeS AWAS! Suspek is an Avid procurer to myths, lies, legends, folklores, i-ching, rumors, misinformation, cakap-ayam, spɹoʍ uʍop ǝpısdn puɐ˙˙DLL .
    p/s Take all the above with a XL salted duck egg, wash down with 2fingers of sodium hypochoride, and suck on to a pebble size tmn negara Rock salt

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    Quote Originally Posted by tupai
    ...Best ever lady next to my old lady lah
    you...ah!! LoL!!! wifey see you post this... sure, kena tidur with motobike !!

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    tupai, thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by teacherwong
    Recently I can't find this milk in the market. One of the herbal shop owner told me that the company has recalled all these milk powder due to stop production!!?? I called to the company, I was told to have a new product which I can't find the market also. In another hand, the herbal shop owner insisted that the salesman informed no new prodcut to replace this. Now, i'm having problem to let my son ( 5 years old) to change the milk powder.
    It seems like I'm turned down by the company which I've supported all this time.
    Anyone know what happen to this milk powder?
    I just saw this product in Jusco this afternoon but in the new paper box packing. I strongly believe good formulated milk powder for infants/children these days plays an important role in their early brain development, just look at how intellient children these days compare to our time. This has to do with the added high potency vitamins & other substances especially those good fatty acids like DHA

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ditto
    I just saw this product in Jusco this afternoon but in the new paper box packing. I strongly believe good formulated milk powder for infants/children these days plays an important role in their early brain development, just look at how intellient children these days compare to our time. This has to do with the added high potency vitamins & other substances especially those good fatty acids like DHA
    I think its a myth. There is a minimum daily requirement (RDA) for infant formulaes (below 2 yrs old)and baby milk powder (above 2 yrs old). All these products must meet these minimum requirements RDAs set by each government / market and most countries follow the RDAs set by the FDA (Food & Drug Authority) of USA. So, all milk powders and infant formulaes from reputable companies should meet the requirements of our little ones.

    In the case of special additives for brain development lah, stronger bones lah, better eyesights lah blah blah blah... the big companies would conduct the R&D and they would have a year or two advanatage in marketing these R&D discoveries but its only a short while before the other manufacturers copy these R&D findings....

    So I would say, as long as we buy a good brand from an international manufacturer of good repute, our little ones should have adequate nutrients for their needs....

    Thats 2 sen opinion of someone who has sold milk powders for 12 years....

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    Kids nowadays are smarter and their brain development faster, due to probably, their parents have better food, nutrients, and supplements before and after deliver the baby. Kids who drinks mothers milk absorb this nutrients and develop faster. Also, their environment they are brought up and their parents make efforts to give the best to their kids, whatever they can afford in such place as in Subang Jaya and other places in Klang Valley. Parents who spend more productive time with their children will help them to develop, rather than parents spending their time on MLM and nights out and leave it to their maid(s), unless the maid have a degree or a master.

    Powdered Milk, whatever, the brand and mixed with just play a small part. A healthy meal with mixture of food such as egg, meat, veggie, fruits, bread, fish, sea food and etc daily can help a kid grow healthy.... like our friend zing says... no MSG diet....

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    Quote Originally Posted by fRaNkY
    Kids nowadays are smarter and their brain development faster, due to probably, their parents have better food, nutrients, and supplements before and after deliver the baby. Kids who drinks mothers milk absorb this nutrients and develop faster. Also, their environment they are brought up and their parents make efforts to give the best to their kids, whatever they can afford in such place as in Subang Jaya and other places in Klang Valley. Parents who spend more productive time with their children will help them to develop, rather than parents spending their time on MLM and nights out and leave it to their maid(s), unless the maid have a degree or a master.

    Powdered Milk, whatever, the brand and mixed with just play a small part. A healthy meal with mixture of food such as egg, meat, veggie, fruits, bread, fish, sea food and etc daily can help a kid grow healthy.... like our friend zing says... no MSG diet....
    Many concerned mothers are unduly influenced by the TV adverts they see everyday where smart kids answer all the questions in class becoz they are on some added supplements like inulin lah, this added lah, that added lah...

    As a former marketer of infant formulaes, let me just say this, all infant formulaes approved by our MoE for sale in our market meet the minimum RDA which is according to the US' FDA-issued RDA standards... the rest of the stuff are just kah liu only.... good to have but not necessary. They might also have been in the other formulaes but just not advertised....

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