S-26® PE GOLD™

Formulation that is specially designed for Picky Eaters.

It has been clinically proven to support catch up growth and provides all the necessary nutrients that a Picky Eater may lack in order to thrive in life. It has an optimal blend of nutrients, including carbohydrates, proteins and fats that support increases in height and weight. Formulated with Wyeth Biofactors SystemTM, which delivers carefully balanced high quality nutrients working in synergy to help meet the nutritional needs of children.

S-26® PE GOLDTM contains nutrients that other brand does not.

Something for your picky eater

(aged 1 to 10 years)


Nutrition specially designed for Picky Eaters to thrive beyond growth improvement

  • Fortified with DHA, AA, Choline and Taurine to help ensure mind health development.
  • Fortified with Lutein that helps protect the developing eye from harmful blue light  & oxidative damage.
  • Contains Oligofructose-soluble dietary fiber and a balanced calcium & phosphorus ratio for calcium absorption.
  • Contains alpha-lactabulmin (alpha protein) a component of whey protein which is readily easily digested, absorbed and tolerated.
  • Contains vitamins C, D, E, folic acid, iron, calcium and zinc which picky eaters may not get through diet alone.

*3 servings meet 100% nourishment for children 1-9 years
{Iron, Calcium, Zinc, Vitamins (A, B2, C, D, E)}

Complements the Malaysia Dietary Guidelines in providing children ages 1-10 years old with 100% nourishment.

Available size:  1.4kg (box)/ 900g (can)


Please refer to Nutritional panel on the product

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Simmons C, Warren S. Dealing with a Child Who is a Picky Eater – For Dummies.
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of Nutrition Counselling with and without Growing-up Milk on Growth and Nutrient Adequacy in
Picky Eaters: A Randomised Controlled Trial. Poster presented at the 5th Europaediatrics Congress,
Vienna, Austria; June 23-26, 2011. (Abstract HP125) 4. Label comparison. In house data. 5.
Alves-Rodrigues A, Shao A. The science behind lutein. Toxicol Lett 2004; 150(1):57-83.3. Zimmer
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