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# Refers to linear growth. Statistically significant difference in change in height SDS between groups after 3 months in consumers with good compliance to consumption (post hoc analysis of study results published in J Pediatr December 2014:165:1190-3). Growth+ is a nourishing beverage to be taken as a part of daily diet.
*83% more vs a specialized/similar health drink (As on Oct, 2016)
^vs a specialized/similar health drink (As on Oct, 2016)