SPRING SHEEP MILK NZ: Step 3 (1-3 yrs old) (400gm) [HALAL] (preorder)
Spring Sheep Milk Formulated Powder For Children
Spring Sheep New Zealand Gentle Sheep Toddler Milk Steps 3 is extremely high in nutrients compared to other commercially available milk. It made with premium New Zealand sheep milk! It is the ultimate comfort for all the kids. Gentle Sheep Premium Sheep Milk Toddler Formula is specially formulated by experts for 1-3 year olds whose regular diet may benefit from supplementation. The kids will love it because it is an easily digestible products. It is ideal for all growing, active toddlers, especially those with sensitivities to milk.
Sheep milk contains about one third more energy than cow or goat milk. It has double protein and much more vitamins, minerals, calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus and zinc. Other than that, it has more than twice as much Vitamin C or double than other essential vitamins. Tailored For Your Toddler’s needs - DHA, ARA &OPO - Vitamin A - Calcium - Vitamin D - Zinc - Iron - Vitamin C.
Enhanced with high quality essential vitamins, minerals and nutrients that support optimal growth and development, it is ideal for all growing, active toddlers Sheep milk is truly special; it is one of the most nutritious milks available and may be helpful for people with allergies and stomach or digestion intolerances.
Imported from New Zealand.
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Sheep milk is a traditional milk with many modern-life advantages.
People have been milking sheep in many parts of the world for thousands of years, and it is now experiencing a strong resurgence in popularity, as consumer needs and preferences evolve.
Sheep milk offers some important benefits that goat or cow’s milk lacks (even A2-type milk). For this reason, the global production of sheep milk continues to increase as people experience the gentle digestion and nutritional benefits of alternative milks.
As well as superior nutrition, the environmental advantages of New Zealand sheep dairying vs. traditional dairying are now much better understood, and these sustainable options are rapidly gaining traction.