Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions About Lite Horlicks

Frequently Asked Question

Here are the answers to some frequently asked questions on Lite Horlicks and healthy living.

  • Lite Horlicks is a functional nutritional drink specially designed to suit the nutritional needs of active adults. It is recommended for those 19 years and older. Lite Horlicks is not recommended for children.

  • Lite Horlicks can be consumed with hot or cold, milk or water. Take 200ml of hot or cold, milk or water. Add 25g (approx. 3 heaped teaspoonfuls) of Lite Horlicks. Stir quickly to mix well. Recommended intake twice daily.

  • You are recommended to consume 3 heaped teaspoonfuls (25g) of Lite Horlicks served in milk or water, twice a day.

  • Though Lite Horlicks has no added sugar it does have a baseline sugar content which may affect one’s blood glucose level. It is recommended to consult your doctor before the consumption of this product.

  • Oxidative stress is an imbalance between the production of reactive oxygen species and a biological system's ability to readily detoxify the reactive intermediates or easily repair the resulting cellular injury or damage.

  • Antioxidant nutrients are man-made or natural substances that interact with and neutralize free radicals, thereby preventing them from causing damage.

  • Antioxidant nutrients are known to help strengthen our internal defenses against excessive oxidative stress that can cause cell damage.

  • During digestion, your body breaks dietary Protein down into small subunits, called amino acids. Your cells can then reassemble those amino acids into the thousands of Proteins needed to maintain your tissues, as well as support cell growth. 

  • Oxidative stress occurs due to increased production of free radicals. The following are some of the conditions which cause increased production of free radicals:

    • Eating too many calories, sugars and/or refined carbohydrates
    • Exercising too much or too little
    • Excessive alcohol consumption
    • Exposure to tobacco smoke
    • Exposure to air pollutants
    • Excessive stress● Lack of sleep
    • Ionizing radiation
    • Eating charbroiled foods
    • Exposure to fungal toxins
    • Poor liver and gut detoxification
    • Chronic infections