WANT TO HELP YOUR FAMILY DEVELOP STRONG BONES AND MUSCLES?

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HELPS BUILD STRONG
MUSCLES AND BONES

The all-new Dutch Lady +Protein is the perfect choice for your active days. Every serving gets you going for the day.

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HELPS BUILD STRONG
MUSCLES AND BONES

Enjoy high quality protein and calcium in a glass of +Protein.

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High quality protein
for muscle growth

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Rich in calcium for
stronger bones and teeth

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Low in Fat,
Rich in Essential Nutrients

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START STRONGER TODAY!

Get your Dutch Lady

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at your nearest stores, or get them online!

Available in UHT 1L and Pasteurised 1L packs

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^For more information, visit www.dutchlady.com.my/plusprotein

*In accordance to NRV Malaysia

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Available in
UHT 1L
Nutritional
Information:
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Storage

Once opened, refrigerate and consume within three days

Available in
Pasteurise 1L
Nutritional
Information:
Find Out More
Storage
For maximum freshness, store pack between 0oC to 4oC. Shake before use. Once opened, keep in refrigerator and consume within three days.
References:
  1. John D Bosse and Brian M Dixon, 2012. Dietary protein to maximize resistance training: a review and examination of protein spread and change theories
  2. Woffe RR, 2012. The role of dietary protein in optimizing muscle mass, function and health outcomes in older individuals.
  3. Guide to Nutrition Labelling and Claims, Food Safety and Quality Division, MOH
  4. Nutrition Basics and the Importance of Protein - https://www.muscleandstrength.com/articles/nutrition-basics-and-the-importance-of-protein.html
  5. Alber Flynn, 2003. The role of dietary calcium in bone health. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society , 62, 851-858
  6. What is calcium & how does it build strong bones? https://www.nichd.nih.gov/health/topics/bonehealth/conditioninfo/calcium