Anmum Essential – Advanced Nutrients for Brain with No Compromises

March 1, 2012 at 11:51 am

After seeing the Testimonial Print ads (as mentioned in my previous post), I went to search for Anmum Essential during our weekly shopping at Giant.

Anmum Essential

First thing I did when I picked up a box was to check the Nutrition Information. Carbohydrate per serving is 11.8g, which is the natural sugar level (as the experts mentioned). My next question was, since it’s confirmed added sugars free, how would it taste like?

There was a very friendly promoter from Anmum Essential that day. She had some tester, so she gave me a small serving to try.

Taste wise, creamy, with just a hint of sweetness, and the best part is, I didn’t taste the ‘metalic’ taste and smell that comes with other Growing Up Milk (GUMP).

The girls were not with me, so I wasn’t sure if I should purchase a pack since the girls are pretty particular with their food and drinks, so I asked if there are samples which I can bring home.

The friendly promoter gave me a pack of Step 3 sample (meant for 1 to 3 yrs) since she only has that. When I asked her if Zara being 8yrs old this year is too old to drink Step 4 (meant for 3yrs and above), she started relating her experience to me. She has a 20year old college going son, and he is drinking Anmum Essential as well. According to her, he likes the taste, and mainly he thinks drinking the milk helps him to concentrate better when he studies and when he sits for exams. She thinks it’s the Gangliosides and DHA at work. Interesting. Therefore, Anmum Essential Step 4, should be suitable for both Zara and Zaria.
Once I got home, I made a glass for the girls.

Anmum Essential

And what did Zaria think?
Anmum Essential

Taste wise, yums! According to her.
Anmum Essential Thumbs Up

Zara who originally didn’t want to try, took a sip, and asked me to pour some for her as well.
Anmum Essential

She said it’s nice, and the best is, no smell! (She complained previously that the Growing Up Milks (GUMPs) we were giving her has a revolting smell)

So both the stakeholders are happy with the taste.

Anmum Essential. Here is a milk we do not need to make any compromises. I’m happy it’s packed with advanced nutrients for brain such as Ganglisides and DHA, with absolutely no added sugars; the girls are happy with the taste!

To parents out there, you should not have to compromise in your choice for growing up milk for your children. Why should you accept advanced nutrition which comes with a lot added sugars when you choose certain type of growing up milk?

As in the advertorial, Karen Chong mother of 2 daughters like me, who worries about her children consuming too much sugar, was introduced to Anmum Essential by a friend. She does not want to compromise on nutrients for her children’s drain development. She switched to Anmum Essential and has been recommending Anmum Essential to other mums in her playgroup.

Suzanne Hamzah, after seeing the Amnum Essential television ads about no added sugar, consulted her doctor and decided to make the switch. Her son, even says it tastes ‘nice’, just like my girls.

So many real mums have made the smart choice in switching to Anmum Essential, and I have too.

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