Wednesday, May 13, 2009

What is GT&F Contains - Ingredients of GT&F Milk Powder in details

GT&F® Milk Powder is made by blending GT&F® with New Zealand best grade milk powder to mimic the bioactivity of colostrums GTF plus chromium. Since GT&F® is non-toxic, does not produce side effects, contains no drugs, hormones, or toxins, it is safe to take. GT&F® is able to effectively promote functioning of insulin, and long-term use provides body with sufficient GTF to maintain homeostasis of blood sugar and also will prevent the occurrence of type 2 diabetes and its complications.

Supplement Facts
Serving Size 1 Sachet: 20g
Servings Per Box: 30 Sachets
Amount per Serving 1 Sachet % Daily Value
Total calorie 85 cal 4.3%
Protein 7 g 11.7%
Total Fat 2 g 3.6%
Total Carbohydrate 10 g 3.1%
Sodium 110 mg 4.6%
Vitamin A 28 mcg 4.7%
Vitamin B1 0.07 mg 5.0%
Vitamin B2 0.36 mg 22.5%
Vitamin C 2 mg 3.3%
Calcium 240 mg 30.0%
Iron 0.1 mg 0.7%
Vitamin B12 0.16 mcg *
Phosphorus 190 mg *
Potassium 300 mg *
Magnesium 26 mg *
Trivalent Chromium 200 mcg *

The Percent Daily Values are based on a 2, 000 calorie diet.
* Daily Value not established.

This Nutrition Facts are based on Maxluck Biotechnology Corp.10Fl, No. 75-1, Sung Jiang Rd, Taipei, Taiwan R.O.C..

In Malaysia, the Nutrition Facts which are stated at the box of GT&F Milk Powder was approved by Food Safety and Quality Division, Ministry of Health (for further info, you can log on to

As Malaysia is keen to promote international trade of our food products, the Ministry has ensured that the amendments follow the Codex Alimentarius standards closely. However, some clauses have been adapted so that they are appropriate for local needs. Subsequently, the Committee reviewed the comments before adopting the draft. The proposed amendments were gazetted in 2003 and now part of the Food Regulations (Regulation No: 18A-18E; Gazette No: P.U.(A) 88, Jil 47 No 7 dated 31 March 2003). NUTRITION LABELLING REGULATIONS TO BE ENFORCED BY 01/03/2004.

According to the Nutrition Labelling Regulation, the trace elements (in microgram unit) should not be listed in the Nutrition Facts because of the amount is too little even though it brings up the effectiveness of these products.

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