Dumex Mamil Gold Soy-Based Formula Fend Off Cow Milk Protein Allergy


Dumex Mamil® Gold Milk Powder | What is Cow Milk Protein Allergy?

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What is cow’s milk protein allergy (CMPA)?

  • CMPA is the second most common food allergy in young Asian children, after egg allergy1. 90% of children allergic to cow’s milk will also react to goat’s milk protein and sheep's milk protein.2
  • CMPA is a food allergy where your child’s immune system detects cow’s milk protein (namely whey and casein) as something the body should fight off, triggering an allergic reaction.
  • Many children do not outgrow CMPA and conditions persist until adolescences3.

What are the symptoms* of CMPA?

CMPA Symptoms - Hives, Eczema, and Itching

CMPA Symptoms - Diarrhoea and Vomiting
CMPA Symptoms - Running Nose, Sneezing and Prolonged Cough

CMPA Symptoms - Watery, Red or Itchy Eyes
*Symptoms may appear after your child is exposed to cow’s milk protein. Some children may exhibit more than one symptom, but these are the signs you should watch out for. Consult your doctor if you have any medical concerns or for a proper diagnosis.

How can you help to manage your child's CMPA and Diarrhoea?

  • The Academy of Medicine, Singapore guidelines4 recommends soy-based formula for children with diagnosed Cow’s Milk Protein Allergy or persistent diarrhoea for more than 10 days. Always consult your doctor.
  • Avoid cow’s milk formulas or any foods that contain cow’s milk such as cream, butter, milk powder and yoghurt.
  • Do not dilute your child’s milk feedings during diarrhoea as it compromises your child’s nutrition and will not reduce the duration of diarrhoea5.
  • Select a soy-based formula that also contains important nutrients such DHA and AA for brain and eye development and prebiotics for good digestive health.

What is a soy-based formula?

  • Dumex Mamil Gold Soy-based formula are lactose and cow’s milk free. It is safe and as nutritious as cow’s milk formula. Studies have shown that there were no differences in growth, mental and language development between cow’s milk fed - children and soy-fed children6.
  • Soy is an excellent source of high quality dietary protein as it contains all the essential building blocks, or amino acids, in amounts we need for daily activities. Soy also contains all the essential vitamins and minerals (such as calcium) to support your child's growth and development.
Dumex Mamil Gold Soy milk powder for children one year onwards.  
Dumex Mamil® Gold Soy
(1 year onwards)
Soy Origin : USA
Digestive Health Benefits of  Soy Protein

U.S.A Protein Isolate

High quality complete U.S.A soy protein isolate that is free of cow’s milk and lactose to support children with special feeding needs. Protein helps support tissue building and growth.


Lcfos: Prebiotics promote the growth of good Bifidus bacteria to help maintain a healthy digestive system.

Brain and Eye Development Benefits of  Soy Protein


Important building blocks for development of the brain and eyes

Omega 3 & 6

Precursors of DHA and ARA

Growth  Development Benefits of  Soy Protein


Helps support development of strong bones and teeth

Vitamin D

Helps support calcium absorption and improves bone strength

Vitamin E

An antioxidant that helps protect cells in the body


Helps in physical development

Mamil Gold Soy Brand X
Price Per Serve $1.35 $1.57
Energy (kcal) 127 119
Protein (g) 4.9 3.7
Fat (g) 4.8 5.0
DHA (mg) 14.7 2.4
Calcium (mg) 151 134
Prebiotics - FOS (mg) 0.41 0.42
Sucrose (g) Sucrose Free Added Sucrose
  1. Lee A. et al. Asia Pacific Allergy 2003, 3(1), p.3.
  2. Levy M, et al. Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology 2014, 133(2), p.AB107.
  3. Roehr CC, et al. Clin Exp Allergy 2004;34(10):1534-41.
  4. Academy of Medicine Singapore – Ministry of Health (2010) Management of Food Allergy
  5. MacGillivray S, et al. (2013). Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2013
  6. Andres A, et al. (2012). PEDIATRICS, 2012 : 129(6), pp.1134-1140.

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