My Louise has been a Nido drinker for quite some time now. According to her it’s delicious, which I could not agree more because I myself was loyal to Nido during my younger years. Yes, my siblings and I were still drinking milk even when we’re in high school. Our parents would really encourage us to finish at least 1 glass per day, and now that I’m a parent myself, I know why.
The reality is we parents cannot be with our kids 24/7. Especially now that Louise is in kindergarten, who knows what type of germs she gets from school? Thankfully, NIDO ADVANCED PROTECTUS 3+ has Lactobacillus PROTECTUS, with the probiotic strain L. Rhamnosus which not only helps children’s tummies but also helps support their defense against pathogens in the upper respiratory tract.
#LoveThatProtects in Action
Earlier today, we checked out the NIDO ADVANCED PROTECTUS 3+ #LoveThatProtects booth at SM City Cebu (Activity Center in Food Court area). Nido showcases how it helps moms to show their children a love that protects through an aptly heart-shaped activity booth headlined by interactive parent-child activities.
For kids, moms and dads who want to join, simply purchase one (1) 370g pack of NIDO ADVANCED PROTECTUS® 3+ or 5+ from the nearby selling booth to get three (3) wrist tags that will allow your kids to enjoy the three activities below:
- sound-controlled game at Shout for Love
- hugging to catch yellow hearts at Catch the Love Bug
- coloring templated artworks at Color Me Love
The different activities allow the participants to demonstrate their creativity and teamwork, and at the same time, provide parents and their kids with an educational, fun-filled family bonding day with NIDO ADVANCED PROTECTUS 3+
Louise had fun doing all the activities. Check out video below:
If ever you’ll be in SM City Cebu on August 21 Mommies and Daddies, do visit NIDO ADVANCED PROTECTUS 3+ #lovethatprotects activity booth and have fun with kids!
For more information, visit https://www.facebook.com/NidoAdvancedProtectus3/.
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