Discover an easy-to-digest milk option for kids with the new Enfagrow AII NuraPro Four

Wednesday, August 25, 2021

What a child eats, and drinks plays a great role in their health. Fortunately, there is a great variety in foods that leaves parents with options to satisfy their kids’ nutritional needs.

As one of the leading brands in children’s milk, Enfagrow AII NuraPro Four is one with parents in raising the next generation of healthy and smart kids with a heart. With its years of experience, the brand continues to provide expertly designed nutrition for children through its newest offering, the Enfagrow AII NuraPro Four.

Enfagrow AII NuraPro Four is the first and only staged milk in the Philippines made with A2 milk protein purely sourced from rare New Zealand & European A2 cows. Unlike regular cows, A2 cows only produce the A2 milk protein type, which is easy for kids to digest and absorb.[1] Even better, it also has DHA & MFGM Pro that can help boost a child’s IQ and EQ development,[2] with proper nutrition and stimulation.

When provided with proper nutrition and a healthy lifestyle, along with encouragement and support from their parents, a child can have an enhanced mental, physical, and emotional development with the aid of Enfagrow AII Nurapro Four.

Discover the Enfagrow AII Nurapro Four Difference – the 1st and only staged milk in the Philippines with all-natural A2 protein from rare A2 cows, that is easy for kids to digest and absorb. Now available in leading drugstores, supermarkets! Also online on LazadaShopee, and Enfagrow’s Official Store,

To know more about Enfagrow AII Nurapro Four, please visit, and sign up to Club Mama!



[1] Chapter 20 - Milk Proteins: Digestion and Absorption in the Gastrointestinal Tract, Editor(s): Harjinder Singh, Mike Boland, Abby Thompson, In Food Science and Technology, Milk Proteins (Second Edition), Academic Press, 2014, Pages 557-569,

[2] Milk fat globule membrane (INPULSE) enriched formula milk decreases febrile

episodes and may improve behavioral regulation in young children: Gigi Veereman-Wauters M.D., Ph.D. a,*, So!e Staelens M.S. a, Roeland Rombaut Ph.D. b, Koen Dewettinck Ph.D. b, Dirk Deboutte M.D., Ph.D. c, Robert-Jan Brummer M.D., Ph.D. d, Marc Boone e, Pasale Le Ruyet Ph.D. f


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