SimMom Plus​

SimMom Plus Chocolate

Nutrition to support pregnancy and breast feeding​

Insufficient calories or lack of macro and micronutrients during pregnancy can result in shortage of building materials essential for foetal development. SimMom Plus provides important nutrients that breastfeeding mothers need. It also helps provide the extra nutrition and energy to help you care for your new-born. 

Abbott Nutrition’s SimMom Plus is the simple solution to meet Mom’s increased nutritional needs during pregnancy and lactation (breastfeeding). SimMom Plus is a complement to your healthy diet with its specialised nutrition packed with protein, vitamins, minerals and other essential nutrients. SimMom Plus is a specialised nutrition offering with blend of brain nutrients & high quality protein that helps in your foetal brain development and healthy birthing. SimMom Plus helps in healthy weight gain which is required during pregnancy as it is low in fat and sugar, has zero transfat and has high quality protein.

Two servings of SimMom Plus everyday will help to meet 100% RDA requirement of key nutrients (calcium, folic acid, Vit B12) during pregnancy and Lactation.

It is available in two delicious flavours: 

SimMom Plus For Development 

SimMom Plus for Brain Development

Enriched with blend of brain nutrients like DHA, Choline Iron, Zinc & Iodine to support foetal brain development 

Folic Acid: To support foetal brain and spinal growth, and to help minimize the risk of neural tube defects.

SimMom Plus for Baby's Growth

Protein: Critical for the building foetal tissues

Fat & Carbohydrates: Provide energy to the mother and support overall foetal growth

Calcium & Vitamin D: Support the formation of strong bones and teeth

SimMom Plus for Baby's immunity

Antioxidants Vitamin C and E help support immunity.

SimMom Plus for Healthy Digestion

FOS (Fructooligosaccharides): A source of fiber. Fiber supports a healthy digestive system. 

Nutrition During Breastfeeding

Children can be warranted a healthy beginning in life if women begin healthy pregnancy with good nutritional status and has safe pregnancy and childbirth experience. For your new-born, no food is better than breast milk, and the WHO recommends exclusive breastfeeding as the optimal source of nutrition for the baby for the first six months of life. During the first year, the child’s brain doubles in size. Breast milk contains brain nutrients like DHA, Lutein, Natural Vitamin E, Iron, Choline and Taurine.

Breast milk offers all the nutrients critical for ideal growth of the baby and protective factors against infection. Mother’s diet is the primary source of energy, protein, and other nutrients in breast milk.


Frequently Asked Questions

DHA source of SimMom Plus?

The docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) in SimMom Plus, , is obtained from an algae. 

Will SimMom Plus give me enough calcium?

MOP is 37.5g with 200ml milk. Two serves a day help to meet the daily calcium needs.

Can I add cocoa / chocolate powder into SimMom Plus?

Yes, you can add cocoa or chocolate powder to SimMom Plus.

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*As per RDA 2010 in 2 servings (37.5g each) with 200ml of cow’s milk provides 100% RDA of 4 key nutrients i.e. Iron, Calcium, Vitamin B12 and Folic acid.

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