Is your child learning the right things at home?

At their age, children are greatly influenced by their environment. While many parents are adapting to homeschooling and distanced learning methods to nurture their kids’ IQ at home, are these enough to shape them into healthy, smart kids with a heart?

No matter how many online classes you enroll your child in, IQ is only one aspect of intelligence. Nurturing your child and giving them the best possible start means giving equal attention to brain training and parental nurturing, along with proper nutrition and stimulation.

These days, people are starting to see the importance in emotional intelligence (EQ) as well, shown in values like kindness, charity, helpfulness and more. Parents are eager to raise not only healthy, smart kids, but healthy smart kids with a heart.

That’s why, now more than ever, parents are choosing to give their children both IQ and EQ Advantage. To help them do just that*, scientists have formulated the world’s first formula with the powerful combination of MFGM Pro, superior DHA Level, and HMO 2’FL in the NEW & Improved Enfagrow A+ Four Nurapro.

What do these powerful nutrients do?

MFGM, or Milk Fat Globule Membrane, is the coating of milk fat, which is rich in bioactive components including phospholipids and sphingomyelin1. It's clinically shown to improve behavioral regulation 2, helping your child understand her emotions and express them properly.

DHA is an omega-3 fatty acid that accumulates in the brain throughout childhood and adolescence 3. DHA supports brain developmental processes – myelination and synapse formation, that are important in the development of executive function and cognitive skills including emotional development, attention and problem solving 4.

Along with added HMO 2’FL and FOS dual prebiotics which may contribute to a healthy gut microbiome. Gut microbiome plays a role in supporting the immune system. Together with your nurturing, help power up IQ and EQ development for your healthy, smart kid with a heart.

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*Other factors that influence brain development: proper nutrition, mental stimulation, physical activity, interpersonal relationships, and genetics.



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2. Veereman-Wauters G, Staelens S, Rombaut R, et al. Milk fat globule membrane (INPULSE) enriched formula milk decreases febrile episodes and may improve behavioral regulation in young children. Nutrition. 2012;28:749-752.

3. Carver, J. D., V. J. Benford, B. Han, and A. B. Cantor. 2001. The relationship between age and the fatty acid composition of cerebral cortex and erythrocytes in human subjects. Brain Res Bull 56(2):79-85.

4. Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University. 2011. Building the Brain’s “Air Traffic Control” System: How Early Experiences Shape the Development of Executive Function: Working Paper No. 11.