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Marigold HL Milk  

Friday, February 27, 2009




Last post was about Vitagen. Today post, i will talk more about Marigold HL Milk. All this product are usefull and famous among all peoples. HL Milk have 3 flavour which chocolate, milk, and strawberry flavour. The first high-low milk to be launched in Singapore in 1988, MARIGOLD HL Milk remains the undisputed choice of 60% of low-fat milk drinkers in Singapore, with more than 1 million packs sold every month. It has garnered Gold in the coveted Readers' Digest Trusted Brand Award for consecutive years, distinctions that reaffirm consumers' unfading confidence in the brand.

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About Vitagen  

Sunday, February 22, 2009

First,in this post, i would like to introduce more on the marigold product which is Vitagen.In 1977, understanding that a healthy digestive system is the key to helping Singaporeans lead a long and healthy life, the Thio family introduced VITAGEN - the first cultured milk in Singapore before other brands of cultured milk drink.

VITAGEN COLLAGEN Collagen is ”a fibrous scleroprotein in bone and cartilage and tendon and other connective tissue”, and apparently Vitagen Collagen contains 500mg of collagen. So this product, aside from its lactobacillus culture that is good for our digestive system, is good in supplementing collagen to help build cartilage and maintain skin elasticity Digestive Organs The mouth, pharynx, oesophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine, rectum, and anus make up the digestive tract, which is basically a food-processing pipe about 9m (30ft) long. Associated digestive structures include three pairs of salivary glands, the pancreas, the liver, and the gallbladder, each of which has an important role. The appendix – a short, blind-ended tube attached to the large intestine – has no known function. Food is moved through the digestive tract by mascular contractions called peristalsis.


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