The Revolutionary Impact of α-Lipids on Your Child’s Brain Development
Studies have shown that α-Lipids (Alpha-Lipids) can help speed up the development of brain connections up to a hundred times faster.
A child’s future success rests on cognitive development, and cognitive development owes a lot to nutrition in the early years. Phospholipids play a crucial role in this regard, supporting the essential functions of the human body, including the development of brain connections. As parents, your decisions on how to enrich your preschooler's diet can make or break their brain's potential for optimal growth. Thankfully, you can easily provide them with a milk supplement that offers the five major phospholipids kids need to think fast.
Promil Gold® Four is our only milk with breakthrough, brain-boosting α-Lipids (Alpha-Lipids) that can help speed up brain connections up to 100x faster through myelination.
Why are α-Lipids (Alpha-Lipids) important?
α-Lipids (Alpha-Lipids) are composed of the 5 major phospholipids including sphingomyelin and phosphatidylcholine, that contribute to brain function.
They help enable faster brain connections through a process called myelination. According to a study published by Ken Hub and an article from The University of Queensland Australia, myelination helps transmit brain impulses faster, thus enabling rapid information processing to help children learn more quickly.
Help your child have a sharp mind and think fast with Promil Gold® Four. It is our most advanced* milk with breakthrough, brain-boosting α-Lipids (Alpha-Lipids), which are scientifically proven to help speed up brain connections.
Help your child become a smart, independent, and fast-thinking AlphaKid so they get a head start in life! Their success tomorrow depends on the brain connections formed today. Ask your pediatrician about Promil Gold® Four and α-Lipids (Alpha-Lipids).
*versus previous Promil Gold® Four formulations
Küllenberg, D., Taylor, L., Schneider, M., Massing, U. (2012, Jan 5). Health effects of dietary phospholipids. US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3316137/
Osika, A. (2020, Oct 29). The myelin sheath and myelination. Ken Hub. https://www.kenhub.com/en/library/anatomy/the-myelin-sheath-and-myelination
Axons: the cable transmission of neurons. The University of Queensland Australia. https://qbi.uq.edu.au/brain/brain-anatomy/axons-cable-transmission-neurons