As an innovator of dairy products, Megmilk Snow Brand’s research and development efforts have resulted in important breakthroughs in milk formula.
NEW! Phosphatidylcholine and Phosphatidylserine to Enhance Brain Development
Megmilk Snow Brand Premium Growing-Up Milk are fortified with Phosphatidylcholine (PC) and Phosphatidylserine (PS), major phospholipids essential for healthy brain development and function. They play a crucial role in enabling cellular communication of brain cells, resulting in improved memory performance, learning ability and cognitive function.
Phosphatidylcholine and Phosphatidylserine also:
improve cognitive development, memory formation and memory retention,
help maintain optimal brain health and function,
enhance memory and learning ability, and
may improve symptoms of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
PC and PS also contribute to the effective transport of essential fats and nutrients into and out of cells for optimum growth, and help retain important poly-unsaturated fatty acids in the brain, such as DHA.
Find out more about Phosphatidylcholine and Phosphatidylserine HERE
Sphingolipids in Nutrient Delivery
Megmilk Snow Brand Premium Growing-Up Milk and Maternity Milk also contain Sphingolipids, a naturally-occuring compound in the human body, that help ensure effective delivery of critical nutrients for optimum growth. Sphingolipids are natural emulsifiers that assist in the transportation and absorption of hydrophobic compounds such as DHA and ARA, which are needed for a healthy development of brain functions.
contribute significantly to enhance brain development,
promote intestinal health,
help in regulating growth and other cellular functions,
protect against bacterial toxins and infection, and
enhance the immune system
In addition, extensive research by independent nutritionists suggest that Sphingolipids play a role in regulating cholesterol and may even help reduce the risk of colon cancer.
Megmilk Snow Brand pioneered the introduction of Sphinogolipids, Sphingomyelin and Gangliosides in milk formula. Find out more about Sphingolipids HERE