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Diamond pro+ 3 Premium Toddler Milk Drink with Prebiotics & Probiotics (12-36 months)

The transition from infancy to toddler

By the end of the first year of life, solid foods should provide an increasing proportion of a child’s energy intake. Offering a variety of nutritious foods is likely to meet most nutrient needs and provides the basis for healthy eating habits. Small, frequent and nutrient-dense offerings of a variety of foods from the five food groups is important to meet nutrient and energy needs during the second year of life. From 12 months of age, toddlers should be consuming family foods consistent with the Australian Dietary Guidelines. In the second year of life, drinks should be offered in a cup rather than a feeding bottle.

Sugar-sweetened drinks and fruit juice should be limited and tea, coffee and other caffeinated drinks are unsuitable(1). Whilst Toddler Milk Drinks are not considered necessary, they may assist children meet additional nutrient needs, when their dietary intake is inadequate(2-5).

Diamond pro+ 3 with Prebiotics & Probiotics is a nutritious milk drink, professionally formulated to help keep up with the nutritional needs of active toddlers, providing 15–50% of their daily allowance of 16 essential vitamins and minerals per serve.

  • Good source of iodine and iron, which contribute to normal cognitive function
  • Source of zinc needed for normal immune system function
  • Calcium and Vitamin D3 for strong bones and teeth
  • A range of group B vitamins, including B1, B2, B3, B6 & B12 to contribute to normal energy production
  • Energy and protein levels comparable to regular cow’s milk
  • No added artificial colours, no artificial flavours, no preservatives, no added maltodextrin, glucose or table sugar (sucrose)

As well as a drink on its own, Australia’s Own Diamond pro+ 3 can replace regular cow’s milk to add nourishment and fill in nutrition gaps when preparing breakfast, baking or cooking meals for a toddler.

Nutrition Information

  • Avg per serve
    (approximately 200 mL)
  • Energy 506 kJ
    similar to
    cow's milk
  • 121 kcal
  • Protein 5.3 g
  • Fat, total 5.2 g
  • Omega long chain
    polyunsaturated fatty acids

  • Omega-3
  • - Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA) 24.1 mg
  • - α-Linolenic Acid (ALA) 105 mg
  • Omega-6
  • - Arachidonic Acid (AA) 24.1 mg
  • - Linoleic Acid (LA) 947 mg
  • Carbohydrate 12.6 g
  • - Lactose 11.7 g
  • - Dextrose Nil
  • - Sucrose Nil
  • Vitamins

  • Vitamin A 64 µg-RE
  • Thiamin (Vitamin B1) 145 µg
  • Riboflavin (Vitamin B2) 277 µg
  • Vitamin B6 114 µg
  • Vitamin B12 0.50 µg
  • Vitamin C 15.0 mg
  • Vitamin D3 (Cholecalciferol) 2.0 µg
    for bone
    structure
  • Vitamin E 2.5 mg α-TE
  • Niacin (Vitamin B3) 1.06 mg
  • Folate 18.7 µg
  • Minerals

  • Calcium 142 mg
  • Iodine 28.7 µg
    for cognitive
    function
  • Iron 1.71 mg
  • Magnesium 12.3 mg
  • Phosphorus 95 mg
  • Zinc 1.10 mg
    for immune
    system function
  • Sodium 43 mg
  • Potassium 194 mg
  • Prebiotics & Probiotics

  • Prebiotics
  • - Galacto-oligosaccharides (GOS) 933 mg
    food for
    probiotics
  • Probiotics
  • - Bifidobacterium Lactis (BB-12) 2.64 million cfu
    the good
    bacteria

Ingredients

Milk Solids (Skim Milk Powder, Lactose, Demineralised Whey Powder, Whey Protein Concentrate), Vegetable Oils (Soy Oil, Palmolein Oil, High Oleic Sunflower Oil, Coconut Oil, Antioxidant [Ascorbyl Palmitate]). Prebiotics: Galacto-oligosaccharides. Dried Omega-3 and Omega-6 Oils (DHA and AA), Emulsifier (Soy Lecithin). Probiotics: Bifidobacterium Lactis BB-12. Vitamins: Vitamin (C, E, B3, A, B12, D3, B1, B2, B6), Folate. Minerals: Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Zinc, Potassium, Iodine, Sodium, Phosphorus.

Contains milk, fish oil and soybean products.

Serving guide to prepare
one serve

AgeDrinking water^Level scoops of Toddler Milk Drink+ Serves per day
1-3 years180 mL31 - 2

+The suggested number of serves is provided as a serving guide, for when a toddler’s nutritional intake are inadequate and are based on the National Health and Medical Council Dietary Guidelines (2013). Toddlers should be offered and encouraged to eat a wide variety of nutritious foods to meet their nutrient needs, and to provide a basis for lifelong healthy eating habits.

Displacement volume

1 scoop of Toddler Milk Drink (8.8 g) + 60 mL of water = 66.7 mL total volume.

Cup feeding guidelines:
Drinks for toddlers should be offered in a cup rather than a feeding bottle. Encourage cessation of bottle use by 12 months.

Dental hygiene:
Water and milk are the preferred drinks for toddlers. Sugar-sweetened drinks and fruit juice should be limited. Routine dental checks are also recommended.

Drink preparation:
It is safer to serve toddler milk drink immediately after it is prepared. For a cold drink, chill in the refrigerator for 1 hour before serving. For a warm drink, heat slightly before serving. Discard any unfinished toddler milk drink. Prepare each drink as needed.

Preparation instructions

  1. Always wash hands thoroughly. Clean toddler drinking cup and the stirring utensil in hot soapy water and rinse thoroughly.

  2. Use only the enclosed scoop. Fill scoop and level off using the built-in leveller in the can. Avoid compacting toddler milk drink.

  3. Add 3 level scoops of powder to 180 mL of drinking water. For smaller volumes simply add 1 scoop to each 60 mL of water. Mix thoroughly by stirring briskly with the stirring utensil to dissolve the toddler milk drink.

Nutrition Information

  • Avg per serve
    (approximately 200 mL)
  • Energy 506 kJ
    similar to
    cow's milk
  • 121 kcal
  • Protein 5.3 g
  • Fat, total 5.2 g
  • Omega long chain
    polyunsaturated fatty acids

  • Omega-3
  • - Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA) 24.1 mg
  • - α-Linolenic Acid (ALA) 105 mg
  • Omega-6
  • - Arachidonic Acid (AA) 24.1 mg
  • - Linoleic Acid (LA) 947 mg
  • Carbohydrate 12.6 g
  • - Lactose 11.7 g
  • - Dextrose Nil
  • - Sucrose Nil
  • Vitamins

  • Vitamin A 64 µg-RE
  • Thiamin (Vitamin B1) 145 µg
  • Riboflavin (Vitamin B2) 277 µg
  • Vitamin B6 114 µg
  • Vitamin B12 0.50 µg
  • Vitamin C 15.0 mg
  • Vitamin D3 (Cholecalciferol) 2.0 µg
    for bone
    structure
  • Vitamin E 2.5 mg α-TE
  • Niacin (Vitamin B3) 1.06 mg
  • Folate 18.7 µg
  • Minerals

  • Calcium 142 mg
  • Iodine 28.7 µg
    for cognitive
    function
  • Iron 1.71 mg
  • Magnesium 12.3 mg
  • Phosphorus 95 mg
  • Zinc 1.10 mg
    for immune
    system function
  • Sodium 43 mg
  • Potassium 194 mg
  • Prebiotics & Probiotics

  • Prebiotics
  • - Galacto-oligosaccharides (GOS) 933 mg
    food for
    probiotics
  • Probiotics
  • - Bifidobacterium Lactis (BB-12) 2.64 million cfu
    the good
    bacteria

References

  1. National Health and Medical Research Council (2012) Infant Feeding Guidelines. Canberra.
  2. Szymlek-Gay EA, Ferguson EL, Heath AL, et al. Food-based strategies improve iron status in toddlers: a randomized controlled trial12. Am J Clinical Nutrition. 2009;90(6):1541-51.
  3. Eussen S, Alles M, Uijterschout L, et al. Iron intake and status of children aged 6-36 months in Europe: a systematic review. Annals Nutrition & Metabolism. 2015;66(2-3):80-92.
  4. Lovell AL, Davies PSW, Hill RJ, et al. Compared with Cow Milk, a Growing-Up Milk Increases Vitamin D and Iron Status in Healthy Children at 2 Years of Age: The Growing-Up Milk-Lite (GUMLi) Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal Nutrition. 2018;148(10):1570-9.
  5. Vieux F, Brouzes CM, Maillot M, Briend A, Hankard R, Lluch A, et al. Role of Young Child Formulae and Supplements to Ensure Nutritional Adequacy in U.K. Young Children. Nutrients. 2016;8(9).

 

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