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Because milk is a good source of calcium, drinking milk while pregnant helps form the foetal skeleton.
Goat milk is hypoallergenic and its composition more closely resembles that of human breast milk than cow’s milk. In fact, its protein and fat structures, including in particular its low alpha-s1 casein content, the smaller size of its casein micelles, its richness in short-chain fatty acids, its higher percentage of smaller fat globules make goat milk easier to digest than cow milk. It therefore has less of a negative impact on the sensitive digestive system of pregnant women.
In addition, goat milk contains four times more oligosaccharides than cow milk, sugars that act as prebiotics in the intestines.
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DANLAIT MAMAN powdered milk is made from goat milk that is produced in France.
Its formula was developed in a French plant to respond to the specific needs of mothers before, during and after pregnancy.
In partnership with a French dairy specializing in goat milk, FIT has developed powdered goat milk for pregnant women in 400 g tins specially for the Vietnamese market.
DANLAIT MAMAN powdered goat milk was specially developed to meet the nutritional needs of pregnant women and nursing mothers. It is enriched with:
DANLAIT MAMAN milk is an invaluable ally for mothers before, during and after pregnancy due to its high content of:
Ingredients: Goat milk (82%), lactose, GOS (galacto-oligosaccharide), vitamins, minerals, DHA (docosahexaenoic acid), vanilla flavouring.
|Per 100 g of powder|
|Energy||1917 kJ - 459 kcal|
|Of which saturated fat||17.95 g|
|Of which sugars||41.1 g|
To better benefit from the properties of DANLAIT MAMAN milk, we recommend keeping it in a cool, dry place, away from humidity.
DANLAIT MAMAN powdered milk is best consumed within 4 weeks after opening.
Foetal accumulation of long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids (LC-PUFA), especially DHA in the central nervous system and retina of the foetus, explains the increase in a pregnant woman’s need for Omega 6 and 3 fatty acids. In fact, a correlation has been found between the LC-PUFA status of a newborn at birth and the maternal status.
In particular, studies have shown the existence of a dependence of DHA intake of breastfed infants to maternal consumption of foods rich in w3 LC-PUFA (Omega 3).
The maternal status of Omegas 3 and 6 (biologically important nutrients for infant development) during pregnancy and lactation is essential to ensure an optimal intake of w3 and w6 fatty acids in foetuses and newborns.
source: “Polyunsaturated fatty acids in pregnancy”, Alexandre Lepillonne, Department of Neonatology and Nutrition, Saint Vincent de Paul Hospital, Paris, Advanced techniques in gynaecology and ART obstetrics, perinatology and paediatrics 2009.
FIT, which specializes in goat milk, is able to offer powdered goat milk specifically tailored to the needs of pregnant women and new mothers for export markets. Are you looking for a reliable partner for the distribution of your powdered goat milk for mothers both during and after pregnancy? Contact us by filling out the form below.
Supplemented with DHA
ARA naturally found in goat milk
Enriched with vitamins and minerals
Made in France