“Lite Horlicks is a nourishing beverage to be consumed as part of daily diet. Lite Horlicks contains Acesulfame – Potassium. Not recommended for children. No Sugar added in the product. Contains artificial sweetener and for calorie conscious. High Stress and other factors lead to high free radicals which may lead to cell damage. For protection against free radical injury, consumption of diets rich in fruits and vegetables along with exercise is necessary.
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