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Sn-2 Palmitate helps with calcium absorption.1,3

Breast milk is built to ensure optimum digestion and absorption in early life. Illuma® 3 with Sn-2 Palmitate is a body-friendly molecular structure that is closer to the nutrient requirements of the baby that promotes easy digestion and absorption.1,2

According to international clinical evidence, Sn-2 Palmitate achieves five major body feeding effects being in line with the natural needs of a baby.1-5

Sn-2 Palmitate Five Feeding Benefits 1-5

Easier for baby
to absorb1,2
Reduces the formation of calcium soaps 1,3
Supports gastrointestinal health1,3
Supports bone strength 5
Reduces baby's crying at night 4

Illuma® 3 has about three times more beneficial Sn-2 Palmitate than usually used conventional formulas to support absorption of key nutrients.6

The increase in key nutrition absorption leads to improved stool consistency and GI tolerability, more absorption of calcium that may support the absorption of fat soluble vitamins.1-3

Cow's milk/traditional formula

Palmitic acid at Sn-1 and Sn-3 position

Human breast milk/Illuma

Palmitic acid at Sn-1 and Sn-3 position
  • Calcium
  • Oleic Acid
  • Palmeic Acid

References: 1. Yao M, et al.J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr.2014;59(4):440-8. 2. Innis M S.Adv. Nutr. 2011;2: 275–283. 3. Nowacki et al. Nutrition Journal. 2014;13:105. 4. Bar-Yoseph F, et al.Clinics Mother Child Health.2017,14:2. 5. Kennedy et al. AJCN. 1999; 3(70): 920-7. 6. ILLUMA 3 Product information.

Ilumma 3

A Growing-Up Formula suitable for children from 1-3 years old.

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Illuma® 3 Milk is now in stock! This is one of the most important news, especially in these difficult times that we face with diseases and viruses. Illuma® 3 helps to strengthen our children's immunity through its formula made of  2-FL and Sn2 Palmitate.


The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends exclusive breastfeeding for the first 6 months and continued breastfeeding for as long as possible. Growing up milks are formulated to meet nutrition needs of healthy young children older than 1 year and should not be fed to infants.