What’s this?! Find out what your baby’s first gift to you at the PROMAMA booth at the #GrandBabyFairYear9 happening until January 27, 2019, at the Megatrade Hall 1-3. Bring your Baby Company #MomCard to get exclusive deals and offers.
The Baby’s First Gift to You, an event that aims to provide expectant moms a gift like no other. An experience that allows her to see a real time first gift ever from her baby. The Baby’s First Gift to you device detects the movement of the babies in the womb and translates it into an artwork.
“Expectant moms would be surprised to know that the baby’s brain is up to 25 percent developed already, by 28 weeks. By using the Baby’s First Gift technology, moms will be amazed by their baby’s development while in the womb since they will see how their baby’s movement can create artworks, uniquely created just for them,” said Ms. Jong Icasiano, Wyeth Nutritionist.
Ms. Icasiano, also said that nutrition plays an important role in the baby’s health and brain development, and choosing the right maternal milk is key to support a healthy pregnancy.
“Pregnancy is a special time in a woman’s life and is a reminder of the gift of motherhood—and the need to ensure maternal and fetal health. By choosing the right maternal milk, expectant moms can help their babies get the best start in life so they can have a bright tomorrow,” said Ms. Icasiano.
As a breastfeeding mom, keeping calories on me has been a daily struggle! I’ve tried drinking Wyeth® PROMAMA® in the past and found the vanilla flavor and fishy taste a little off-putting. The latest formulation (pictured above, on the left) is lower in calories yet friendlier to the palate. It’s great for women during pre-pregnancy, pregnancy, and lactation. It is scientifically formulated with the essential nutrients needed to help support the overall health of both mom and the baby’s physical and mental development in the womb. The new formulation also still contains five key brain nutrients such as Folic Acid, DHA, Choline, Iodine, and Iron. It’s now higher in oligofructose to help prevent constipation (and it’s true!!)