Drink cultured milk with less sugar for better digestive health

Singapore is a foodie paradise, and Singaporeans are known for their love for good food.

However, enjoying a rich diet, coupled with a busy lifestyle, may sometimes cause heartburn, bloating, and constipation.

To prevent these symptoms and also ensure that we receive optimal nutrition from all the tasty food, having good digestive health is very important.

Remember sipping from the little colourful bottles of cultured milk during our childhood?

They contain live probiotic cultures - Lactobacillus acidophilus and Lactobacillus casei - good bacteria that can improve digestion, suppress the growth of harmful bacteria, as well as help us maintain a good digestive system.

VITAGEN LESS SUGAR is also fortified with prebiotic fibre, also known as dietary fibre. Prebiotic fibres aid digestion by acting as 'food' for the probiotic cultures and help to support the growth of beneficial bacteria in our intestines.

Now that we have grown up and become more health conscious, you and your family can still enjoy the same great taste of cultured milk with less sugar.

VITAGEN LESS SUGAR has been awarded the Health Promotion Board's (HPB) Healthier Choice logo for meeting two of the board's nutritional guidelines. It is fat-free and contains less than 10 per cent of sugar per 100ml.

Each 125ml bottle of VITAGEN LESS SUGAR also has 7.5g of dietary fibre, which makes up nearly 28 per cent of the daily intake of between 21g and 26g for adults recommended by HPB.

Boost your digestive health with VITAGEN LESS SUGAR, available at all leading hypermarkets, supermarkets, convenience stores, petrol kiosks, provision shops and minimarts at $3.05 for a pack of five bottles, or $0.70 for a single bottle.

They come in four yummy flavours - LB original, grape, apple and peach.

Are you always on-the-go? VITAGEN LESS SUGAR can become part of your active lifestyle. Call VITAGEN at 6282 5949 to arrange for the healthier choice cultured milk to be delivered straight to your doorstep.