FAQ - Dutch Lady Smart Moments

Breast milk is best for your baby

The World Health Organisation recommends exclusive breastfeeding for the first six months of life. Unnecessary introduction of bottle feeding or other food and drinks will have a negative impact on breastfeeding. After six months of age, infants should receive age appropriate foods while breastfeeding continues for up to two years of age or beyond. Consult your doctor before deciding to use infant formula or if you have difficulty breastfeeding.

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Dutch Lady Growing Up Milk

What are the key ingredients in the new packaging, and what are their benefits for my child?

We are proud to say the new packs come packed with nutrients! It contains 5X DHA*, Protein, Calcium, Omega 3 & 6, Magnesium, Vitamin C, Vitamin D3 and many more! For more info, you can refer to the nutritional content found on each pack.

How should I transition my child to a new formula milk?

Below is the transition guide which we will share as a guidance in general:

Guide to milk formula change

  • Day 1-3 (1st serving no change, 2nd serving new formula, 3rd serving no change)
  • Day 4-6 (1st serving no change, 2nd serving new formula, 3rd serving new formula)
  • Day 7 (all new formula)

Where can I buy the new packs?

The new packs will be available at your nearest/major retail stores.
If you prefer to buy online, you will be able to purchase it from Lazada & Shopee.

Can I continue to feed my child with the current pack?

Yes, of course you can continue to feed your child with the current pack. We would also like to mention that we always recommend to parents, keep the opened packs in a sealed container. Please do not consume if it has already expired.

What if I give my child more or less feeds of formula than indicated on the pack?

The recommended feeding table is a suggested amount for children in that age group in general. Should you need more advise, kindly consult a healthcare practitioner.

Dutch Lady MaxGro

How does 9 Essential Amino Acids (EAA) & DHA associate to growth?

Amino Acid is building blocks of protein. Protein helps in build and repair body tissue which essential for growth and development. EAA cannot be synthesized by human body and thus intake from food is required. Deficiency in any one of the 9 EAA from the diet will impair the synthesis of body protein and its function. DHA is important component in brain and good for brain growth and development.

Should I switch my child from current Dutch Lady 123/456/6+ to Dutch Lady MaxGro since it has higher nutrients to promote growth?

If your child has irregular eating habits such as such as breakfast skipping, snacking with empty calorie, low consumption of fruits and vegetables, picky eating which may lead to consumption of energy-dense foods with poor nutrient quality, Dutch Lady MaxGro is recommended.

If my child is drinking Dutch Lady MaxGro, does he/she still need to drink other formulated milk powder products?

According to MOH Malaysia Dietary Guidelines (MDG), children are recommended to take 2-3 servings of dairy product per day with their meals. MaxGro provides at least 80% of daily recommended nutrient intake with 2-3 serves/day to supplement children’s diet, hence it is not necessary to take other milk product.

Does Dutch Lady MaxGro contains sucrose?

There is no sucrose added in Dutch Lady MaxGro formula. Dutch Lady MaxGro is a dietary food formula that helps to provide 80% of daily recommended nutrient intake to support children’s growth.