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Illuma Milk - Nourishing Your Child's Growth and Development

Children are vulnerable to infection during early childhood because their immune systems are not yet fully developed.1 The early years are an important time of growth and development2–4, and as a parent you will want to boost your child’s immunity at this critical time. Nutrition is one way you can do this. 

A healthy gut contributes to a healthy immune system5, which means that by providing proper nutrition you can strengthen your child’s immunity, and give them the inner defenses they need to combat infections and grow up strong and healthy.6

ILLUMA® provides nutrition that is closer to nature with breakthrough innovations in all three major nutrient groups—carbohydrates, fats and proteins—to provide stronger immunity along with healthy digestion and growth.7–18

Strengthens IMMUNITY8-12 Strengthen Immunity
Support DIGESTIVE HEALTH11,12 Support Digesdtive Health
Promote HEALTHY GROWTH13-16-18 Healthy Growth
ILLUMA® 3 with nutritions to support immunity




The bioactive+ complex in illuma® 3 is a combination of three molecular structures found in mother’s milk; incorporating human milk oligosaccharides (HMOs: a family of complex milk sugars)20, sn-2 palmitate (body-friendly fat molecular structure)21, and alphalactalbumin (alpha-protein, the predominant human whey protein).22

The HMOs in Illuma® are also a breakthrough in their class, since they represent not just one, but all three families of HMOs.7,23,24 This means your baby will benefit from each type of HMO, maximizing their immune protection in the vulnerable early years of life.8,11,12,20,25,26

*Bioactive+ Complex: 2’-fucosyllactose (2’-FL), Lacto-N-neotetraose (LNnT), Milk-derived oligosaccharides, sn-2 palmitate and Alpha-lactalbumin.

Bacteria Icon Protection FROM GEMS8
Bacteria Under the Microscope Growth of BENEFICIAL BACTERIA11-27
Protection Strengthened IMMUNUTY12-14


Carbohydrate HMOS
  • Less lung and gut infections.12,14
  • Reduced use of antibuotics.12
  • Healthy growth.10
Fat Sn-2 Palmitate
  • Stronger, healthier bones.9,15
  • Better sleep.17
  • Softer stools that are easier to pass.15
Protien Alpha-Lactalbumin
  • Better digestion.22
  • Gentle on the tummy.28
  • Healthy growth.18


. Happy Face Lactose29 .

  • Improves digestion of minerals such as calcium.
  • Supports the growth of good bacteria in the gut (prebiotic activity).
  • Provides natural sweetness.
  • Low glycemic index

. Sad Face Sucrose30.

  • Can trigger hypersensitivity to sweetness.
  • Linked to childhood obesity.
  • Baby bottle decay and dental caries.

HOW TO PREPARE? Follow these easy mixing instructions for recommended serving size.
Prepare illuma® 3 using only the enclosed scoop.

ILLUMA® 3 Per serving size 150ml / 3 servings per day.

5 Spoons of Milk 5 scoops (23.6g powder)
Glass of Water 130 mL lukewarm water
A Cup of Water 150 mL
Taking Cafre of Hands 1 Wash your hands before preparing the milk.
A Jug 2 Boil drinking water for five minutes. Allow to cool for no more than 30 minutes
Glass of Water And a Spoon of Milk 3 Mix approximately 23.6g of powder (5 scoops) with 130 mL (4.4 fl. oz.) of previously boiled lukewarm water
stirring Spoon in a glass of water 4 Stir until powder is fully dissolved.
3 Cups of Water 5 Serve 3 glasses per day.


Unboiled water or incorrect dilution can make your child ill. Incorrect storage, handling, preparation and feeding can potentially lead to adverse eects on the health of your child.

Prepare only one serving at a time and follow the instructions exactly. Make sure your child consumes the milk immediately. Do not keep unfinished milk, discard the contents.

Using more or less powder than indicated could either lead to dehydration or deprive your child of proper nutrition. Do not change proportions without medical advice.


Illuma Milk 3

As a parent, you want to know that you are doing all you can for your child’s future. Illuma® 3 is proud to support you in this mission. Only Illuma® 3 oers all new sustainable and modern packaging for improved consumer confidence.

  • Tamper-proof domed lid
  • User-friendly spoon docking after first use
  • Material identification included on the lid
  • ‘Unlocked’ laser coding for clear indication
  • Inner and outer sealing to preserve quality
  • Pre-cut on lid for easy lid removal for recycling
  • Packaging designed to be recyclable
  • Reduced carbon emission from our factories

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