Start Your Day Strong with A Glass of Dutch Lady Pure Farm

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"Breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince and dine like a pauper"

I'm sure many of you know the importance of breakfast. It is the first meal we eat after 8 to 12 hours from our last meal, and with such long hours of lacking in nutrients means our brain lacks energy when we wake up. Furthermore, our metabolism needs food to kick-start itself into action too. Hence, the breakfast we consume needs to provide sufficient essential nutrients to help us meet our daily nutrient intake as recommended by the Ministry of Health.

According to a study from MyBreakfast Study of School Children, the 7 commonly consumed Malaysian breakfasts analyzed were nasi lemak, mee goreng, nasi goreng, roti canai, roti telur or French toast, sardines sandwich, and a combination of curry puff and two kuih. Sadly, these breakfasts do not supply enough essential nutrients to meet 20-25% of daily Recommended Nutrient Intake (RNI) for both adults and children.

However, when these breakfasts were consumed together with a 250ml serving of Dutch Lady Pure Farm milk, the ideal 20-25% of daily nutrition intake could easily be met.

To help Malaysian families meet their recommended nutrient intake for breakfasts, Dutch Lady advises to add a glass of Dutch Lady Pure Farm milk every morning. The best part is Dutch Lady Pure Farm milk comes in convenient packages that are ideal for hustling morning.

Furthermore, there are 3 flavours for you to choose from: Original, Chocolate and Strawberry!

To address the questions are malaysians' favourite breakfast providing sufficient nutrients for the nation, Dutch Lady Pure Farm held a campaign launched in late August. They have invited professionals and mommy bloggers to share the importance of having a healthy breakfast.

I always knew breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but little did I know how lacking in nutrients our breakfast is. Hmm... Is really time to step-up my breakfast game and start making myself some healthy breakfast!

To know more about Dutch Lady Pure Farm, check out their Website and Facebook.

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