Stage 3 Growing Up
Milk Drink

HAPPi Day and Night Milk System

Inspired by mother’s milk, HAPPi Day Night is the first milk system for infants and toddlers to nutritionally adapt between day and night.

Based on the circadian patterns in mother’s milk

• HAPPi Night contains night time specific amounts of nucleotides, tryptophan and iron to support brain function and cognitive development.

• HAPPi Day contains daytime specific amounts of nucleotides and iron for energy, cognitive function and healthy growth and development.

• Both formulas contain and dual prebiotics FOS and GOS for a happy tummy and advanced fats including DHA for a healthy brain and SN2-Palmitate (OPO) to support softer stools¹⁵.

Ingredient and Allergen Declaration

DAY GROWING UP MILK DRINK INGREDIENTS:

Milk Solids (Organic milk (44%), Whey protein concentrate+), Lactose, Vegetable Oil Blend ++, Galacto-oligosaccharide # (GOS), Fructo-oligosaccharide # (FOS), Emulsifiers (Soy Lecithin, Mono- and Di-glycerides), Docosahexaenoic Acid Oil (DHA), Arachidonic Acid Oil (ARA), Nucleotides (5’-CMP, di Sodium 5’-IMP), Antioxidants (Mixed Tocopherols concentrate, Ascorbyl Palmitate) and Lutein. Minerals: [Calcium Carbonate, tri Calcium Phosphate, Magnesium Sulphate, Ferric Pyrophosphate, Zinc Sulphate, Potassium Iodide]. Vitamins: [L-Sodium Ascorbate (Vitamin C), d-alpha Tocopherol Acetate (Vitamin E), Nicotinamide (Vitamin B3), Colecalciferol (Vitamin D3), Retinyl Acetate (Vitamin A), Thiamin Hydrochloride (Vitamin B1), Pyridoxine Hydrochloride (Vitamin B6), Riboflavin (Vitamin B2), Folic Acid (Vitamin B9), Cyanocobalamin (Vitamin B12)].

NIGHT GROWING UP MILK DRINK INGREDIENTS:

Milk Solids (Organic Milk (44%), Whey Protein Concentrate+), Lactose, Vegetable Oil Blend++, Galacto-oligosaccharide # (GOS), Fructo-oligosaccharide # (FOS), Emulsifiers (Soy Lecithin, Mono- and Di-glycerides), Docosahexaenoic Acid Oil (DHA), Arachidonic Acid Oil (ARA), Tryptophan, Nucleotides (di Sodium 5’-UMP, 5’-AMP, di Sodium 5’-GMP), Antioxidants (Mixed Tocopherols concentrate, Ascorbyl Palmitate) and Lutein. Minerals: [Calcium Carbonate, tri Calcium Phosphate, Magnesium Sulphate, Ferric Pyrophosphate, Zinc Sulphate, Potassium Iodide]. Vitamins: [L-Sodium Ascorbate (Vitamin C), d-alpha Tocopheryl Acetate (Vitamin E), Nicotinamide (Vitamin B3), Colecalciferol (Vitamin D3), Retinyl Acetate (Vitamin A), Thiamin Hydrochloride (Vitamin B1), Pyridoxine Hydrochloride (Vitamin B6), Riboflavin (Vitamin B2), Folic Acid (Vitamin B9), Cyanocobalamin (Vitamin B12)].

+ A natural source of Tryptophan.

++ A natural source of SN2-Parmitate (OPO)

# A type of prebiotic.

 Contains: Milk and Soy. HAPPi is based on cow’s milk protein.

Nutrition

  •   Per serving % Daily intake* Per 100 mL
    Energy 680 kJ   299 kJ
    Protein  5.88 g   2.59 g
    Fat – Total 7.14 g   3.14 g
     – Saturated 3.54 g   1.56 g
     – Trans 0.17 g   0.07 g
     – Monounsaturated 2.55 g   1.12 g
     – Polyunsaturated 0.88 g   0.39 g
    – Omega 3 88.4 mg   38.9 mg
      α-Linolenic Acid (ALA) 78.2 mg   34.4 mg
      Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA) 10.2 mg   4.50 mg
    – Omega 6 588 mg   255 mg
      Linoleic Acid (LA) 578 mg   250 mg
     Arachidonic Acid (AA) 10.2 mg   4.50 mg
    Carbohydrate  18.5 g   8.13 g
     – Sugar (Lactose) 17.1 g   7.50 g
     – Sugar (Sucrose) 0.00 g   0.00 g
    Dietary Fibre – Total 1.36 g   0.60 g
     – Prebiotic GOS 1.02 g   449 mg
     – Prebiotic FOS 340 mg   150 mg
    Sodium  60.2 mg   26.5 mg
    Vitamins      
    Vitamin A  88.4 ugRE 30% 38.9 ugRE
    Thiamin (Vitamin B1) 0.21 mg 42% 0.09 mg
    Riboflavin (Vitamin B2) 0.34 mg 43% 0.15 mg
    Niacin (Vitamin B3) 1.36 mg   0.60 mg
    Vitamin B6  213 ug 30% 93.6 ug
    Folate (Vitamin B9)  34.0 ug   14.9 ug
    Vitamin B12  0.54 ug 50% 0.24 ug
    Vitamin C  15.0 mg 50% 6.59 mg
    Vitamin D3  1.77 ug 35% 0.78 ug
    Vitamin E 2.48 mg αTE 50% 1.09 mg αTE
    Minerals      
    Calcium  221 mg 32% 97.3 mg
    Iodine  20.4 ug 29% 8.98 ug
    Iron 2.04 mg 33% 0.90 mg
    Magnesium  22.1 mg 28% 9.73 mg
    Phosphorus  146 mg 29% 64.4 mg
    Zinc  1.09 mg 25% 0.48 mg
    Additional Nutrients      
    Lutein  30.6 ug   13.5 ug
    Nucleotides      
    – Cytidine 5′-monophosphate (CMP) 1.73 mg   0.76 mg
    – Inosine 5′-monophosphate (IMP) 0.92 mg   0.40 mg
    Tryptophan^  85.0 mg   37.4 mg
    ^Naturally Occurring Amount. *Percentage of recommended dietary intake per serve for children aged 1- 3 years.
  •   Per serving % Daily intake* Per 100 mL
    Energy 680 kJ   299 kJ
    Protein  5.88 g   2.59 g
    Fat – Total 7.14 g   3.14 g
     Saturated 3.54 g   1.56 g
     Trans 0.17 g   0.07 g
     Monounsaturated 2.55 g   1.12 g
     Polyunsaturated 0.88 g   0.39 g
    – Omega 3 88.4 mg   38.9 mg
       α-Linolenic Acid (ALA) 78.2 mg   34.4 mg
       Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA) 10.2 mg   4.50 mg
    – Omega 6 588 mg   255 mg
       Linoleic Acid (LA) 578 mg   250 mg
       Arachidonic Acid (AA) 10.2 mg   4.50 mg
    Carbohydrate  18.5 g   8.13 g
     – Sugar (Lactose) 17.1 g   7.50 g
     – Sugar (Sucrose) 0.00 g   0.00 g
    Dietary Fibre – Total 1.36 g   0.60 g
     – Prebiotic GOS 1.02 g   449 mg
     – Prebiotic FOS 340 mg   150 mg
    Sodium  60.2 mg   26.5 mg
    Vitamins      
    Vitamin A  88.4 ugRE 30% 38.9 ugRE
    Thiamin (Vitamin B1) 0.21 mg 42% 0.09 mg
    Riboflavin (Vitamin B2) 0.34 mg 43% 0.15 mg
    Niacin (Vitamin B3) 1.36 mg   0.60 mg
    Vitamin B6  213 ug 30% 93.6 ug
    Folate (Vitamin B9)  34.0 ug   14.9 ug
    Vitamin B12  0.54 ug 50% 0.24 ug
    Vitamin C  15.0 mg 50% 6.59 mg
    Vitamin D3  1.77 ug 35% 0.78 ug
    Vitamin E 2.48 mg αTE 50% 1.09 mg αTE
    Minerals      
    Calcium  221 mg 32% 97.3 mg
    Iodine  20.4 ug 29% 8.98 ug
    Iron 2.58 mg 43% 1.14 mg
    Magnesium  22.1 mg 28% 9.73 mg
    Phosphorus  146 mg 29% 64.4 mg
    Zinc  1.09 mg 25% 0.48 mg
    Additional Nutrients      
    Lutein  30.6 ug   13.5 ug
    Nucleotides      
     – Uridine 5′-monophosphate (UMP) 1.90 mg   0.84 mg
     – Adenosine 5′-monophosphate (AMP) 1.53 mg   0.67 mg
     – Guanosine 5′-monophosphate (GMP) 0.78 mg   0.34 mg
    Tryptophan – Total  102 mg   44.9 mg

Dilutions & Preparation

Product Benefits

Our products are based on over 200 years of scientific research that explores the circadian rhythm² ³. In humans, this is the natural  internal process that regulates the body’s ability to sleep at night and be alert during the day.

Greater understanding of the circadian science of cow’s milk and human milk composition has led to the identification of key nutrients that display these circadian cycles¹ ⁴. These important nutrients provide key support for a child’s brain function and cognitive development.

Trytophan: Greater levels in night milk

In the newborn, tryptophan and its metabolites are essential to brain maturation and to the development of neurobehavioral regulations of food intake, satiation and sleep-wake-rhythm. A blood-brain transfer of tryptophan occurs as a precursor of its metabolite’s serotonin and melatonin⁵. Like melatonin, tryptophan levels rise and fall according to a circadian rhythm, with concentrations peaking at night¹. The use of tryptophan in dissociated day/night infant milk formulas has been shown to support and improve infantile development of sleep/wake rhythms⁶.

Iron: Greater levels in night milk

The dietary iron requirement for newborns, infants and during early childhood is high. Iron is an essential nutrient involved in the production of new red blood cells and is crucial for brain development and cognitive function. ​
Iron consistently shows circadian variation in concentration with the peak of the rhythm occurring  during the evening¹ ¹⁴.​

Nucleotides: Day and night oscillations

Nucleotides are found in human milk and display notable circadian oscillations. 5′CMP, and 5′IMP peak during daylight hours while research shows concentrations of two nucleotides, 5’UMP, 5’AMP are highest in human milk during the night and thought to be associated with its sleep promoting action. While 5′UMP did not show a clear circadian rhythm, there was an increase in its levels at night.​

Nucleotides are necessary for DNA and participate in cellular signalling and metabolic processes within cells. Several clinical studies have reported beneficial effects of nucleotide supplementation on gut microflora, diarrhoea and immune function¹⁰ ¹³.​

Sleep-wake cycles in infants fed a day/night dissociated formula

In a prospective study of 30 infants, a daytime formula was used during the hours of 6 a.m to 6 p.m. It contained low levels of tryptophan, and some of the nucleotides that are present at high levels in human milk during the day. A night-time formula was used from 6 p.m to 6 a.m. It had higher levels of tryptophan and of a different set of nucleotides that are present in human milk during the night.

This day/night formula was associated with a significant reduction (p<0.05) in sleep latency (the time a child takes to fall asleep after being placed in a crib) and a significant increase (p<0.05) in the hours of actual sleep¹⁶ ¹⁷.

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