7 days Challenge | Dutch Lady PureFarm Milk at Breakfast Campaign

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This was a surprise for me to receive the “7 days Challenge of Dutch Lady PureFarm Milk” at Breakfast Campaign during the first day. My company receptionist called me: "Eh! Joanne, got something for you, come down to collect it.”



I felt so warm, because they had prepared my favourite tuna sandwich and fruits oats meal as my breakfast.

Breakfast is the most important meal to kick-start our day.

Milk plays an integral role in providing the nutrients and energy you need because milk content protein, helps build bones, muscles and immune elements, and is essential to every cell in our bodies. Milk also has nine essential vitamins and minerals, including potassium, calcium, Vitamin D, Vitamin A, magnesium, phosphorus and several B vitamins. Getting these vitamins and minerals first thing in the morning means you have a jump-start on your nutrient requirements for the day. Studies show that those who had cereal and milk for breakfast regularly get more of the nutrients they need than those who don’t.


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Dutch Lady :
No. 1* Milk for your 1st Meal of the Day

Nothing kick-starts a day like a hearty breakfast, but the first meal of the day is incomplete without a yummy beverage to wash it down. Luckily for us Malaysians, we are spoilt for choice when it comes to breakfast drinks. While some of us prefer to sip coffee or tea to give our sleepy bodies a jolt, others lift their mornings with malt beverage or juices.

However, studies have shown that milk is the elixir our bodies need at breakfast.

“After about eight to 12 hours from your last meal, a glass of milk provides the nourishment your body needs in the morning to regulate itself,” said Ashlee Ng, marketing director of Dutch Lady Milk Industries Berhad.

“Besides, Malaysians are not getting enough calcium from their daily food intake. Nearly one in two children does not have adequate calcium intake*; and the average intake of calcium among adults comes up to less than half of our daily requirement**,” added Ng.

The nutritional gap may lead to a brittle nation. Hence, Dutch Lady Malaysia encourages Malaysian families to load up on milk before work or school. Just two servings a day helps meet a family’s nutritional requirements! Having one of the two servings at breakfast pumps at least 200mg of calcium into the body.

Milk, the motherlode of calcium, helps children to develop strong bones and teeth. It is also the key to locking in healthy bone mass for adults, even during their golden ages. In other words, the creamy beverage builds strong families. 

Indeed, a balanced breakfast paired with milk is the backbone of a physically and emotionally strong family and advocating breakfast with Malaysia’s No. 1 milk*** -- Dutch Lady PureFarm milk is none other than its ambassador, the debonair Aaron Aziz.

“As the saying goes, a family that eats together, stays together. Having calcium-rich milk at breakfast not only fortifies my family physically, it gives us the time to talk with each other and share a dose of family love before we start our day. This cements our bond as a family. So if I am not sleeping in or at work, my wife Diyana and I would definitely enjoy breakfast together with our kids!” he said.

Milk packs more punch than just calcium. Dutch Lady PureFarm is also rich with essential nutrients – some of which our bodies cannot generate on its own. An example is protein, which plays one of the lead roles in our growth and development, such as the building of bones, muscles, and tissue. Vitamin A is crucial for healthy eye function, Vitamin B2 supports cellular functions that transform food to energy, and Vitamin D3 aids absorption of calcium and phosphorus. 

“I try to provide my family with the best. That is why my wife and I only trust Malaysia’s no. 1 milk, Dutch Lady PureFarm for our family,” Aaron pointed out.

Boost your family’s nutritional intake and uplift breakfast meals with Dutch Lady PureFarm milk, which is available at all major stores nationwide. For more information on how you can incorporate Dutch Lady PureFarm milk in your breakfast, go to Dutch Lady page on Facebook.

References:
*Nutritional status and dietary intakes of children aged 6 months to 12 years: findings of the Nutrition Survey of Malaysian Children (SEANUTS Malaysia), British Journal of Nutrition (2013), 110, S21–S35.
*Current nutrient intake among Malaysia, Adult: Finding from MANS 2014, THE MEDICAL JOURNAL OF MALAYSIA, VOL. 70 SUPPLEMENT 1 SEPTEMBER 2015, pp 12.

*Based on Retail Audit for 12 months ending July 2016 in Total Penisular Malaysia (Copyright © 2016, The Nielsen Company (M) Sdn Bhd).


Here is my 7 days breakfast with Dutch Lady as below:
Of course, after these 7 days challenge, it make me continuously consuming breakfast in the morning to keep myself energetic.




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Milk content protein, helps build bones, muscles and immune elements, and is essential to every cell in our bodies. Milk also has nine essential vitamins and minerals, including potassium, calcium, Vitamin D, Vitamin A, magnesium, phosphorus and several B vitamins. Getting these vitamins and minerals first thing in the morning means you have a jump-start on your nutrient requirements for the day. Studies show that those who eat cereal and milk for breakfast regularly get more of the nutrients they need than those who don’t. J🌹 Today I paired 5 layers sandwich contents egg, vegetables, cheese, chicken floss, ham with #DutchLadyPureFarm! I feel satisfaction and energetic 😁 @dawnniedawn how would you pair your breakfast with milk? @DutchLadyMalaysia #SarapanDutchLady . . . . . #clozette #clozettebloggerbabes #bloggerbabes #starclozetter #healthy #lifestyleblogger #lifestyle #blogger #bloggermalaysia #beautyblogger #influencer #socialmedia #like4like
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