Your baby faces unknown challenges
in the outside environment.

Did you know that preventing allergies from the start helps to reduce the risk of subsequent allergies in the long run?

Allergies may be a symptom of disorders in the baby’s immune system. If the first allergy can be stopped at an early stage, there is a higher chance of reducing the risk of other allergies in the future.

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Train your baby’s immune system early.
Take immediate action now for long-term protection

“Precise Diamond” combination, Duo Trainings

“Precise Diamond” combination,
Duo Trainings



Precision Cut™ Hydrolysis Protein helps babies develop tolerance to cow's milk protein, thereby reducing the risk of cow's milk protein allergy6

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GOS/FOS Prebiotic combination

Contains over 100 oligosaccharides structures, which mimic the oligosaccharides structures in natural nutrition. Studies have found that it has the following results in supporting immunity7,8

– Clinically proven to promote the growth of probiotics in the intestines
– Reduces the chance of acute diarrhoea due to infection by 56%
– Reduces the chance of upper respiratory tract infection by 37%
– Reduce the chance of fever by 45%

Probiotics BBM-16V

BBM-16V is commonly found in the intestines of breastfed babies. It can promote a healthy intestinal microbiota, thereby helping to regulate the baby’s immune balance.

 

Since 1994, more than 17 clinical research programmes on BBM-16V have shown it helps support the healthy development of the baby’s immune system9,10:

 

 

Diamond Defense SYNEOTM is proven
to prevent babies’ risk of developing allergies symptoms11



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