Three Crowns Milk response to COVID-19: A Privilege to Support our Communities with relief packages for over 11,000 families

 

Nigeria’s leading low cholesterol milk brand, Three Crowns milk has partnered four Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) to give relief packages of quality dairy nutrition to 11,000 families in Lagos, Ibadan and Ekiti in supporting the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.

Three Crowns Mothers Love

The main question driving the new campaign by Three Crowns Milk “What can we do without our mums?” has been expressed through a recent Three Crowns TV advert - demonstrating how mums save the day.

Three Crowns is touching mums through this campaign, inspiring them to stay physically fit, healthy and happy through nutritious breakfasts, looking good (like a slay queen) and dancing; using the hashtag #ThreeCrownsMumsFirst to partake.

ThreeCrowns World Milk day celebration

Three Crowns Milk, one of Nigeria’s leading dairy brands, provided low cholesterol milk-based breakfast to over 8,000 consumers, especially mothers, across various locations to care for their hearts and physical well-being.

ThreeCrowns Milk heart foundation of Nigeria endorsement

In January 2018, Nigeria Heart Foundation (NHF) endorsed Three Crowns milk as the heart friendly milk because it is low in cholesterol.

This partnership seeks to help mitigate the danger of heart related issues by providing Nigerians with milk low in cholesterol since breakfast plays an important role in keeping the heart healthy.

 

Woman thinking

WOMEN AND THEIR WANTS

So I am in the salon, having my nails done, when Shola, my friend hits me up with this gist about a date she had with a guy. As usual she’s in front of the mirror for over an hour. What would he like? Red lips, perhaps a mini skirt or fitted gown, should she pack her hair? How much make up would he like? Etc.

Woman worried

The period after you have put to bed may be filled with many emotions. You may feel everything from joy to fear to sadness. If you feel sad and it starts to become severe and starts to interfere with your everyday life, you may be experiencing postpartum depression (PPD).

Symptoms of PPD usually start within a few weeks of delivery, though they may develop up to six months afterwards. These symptoms may include mood swings, trouble bonding with your baby, and difficulty thinking or making decisions.