What is DHA?
DHA is a type of Omega-3 fat.
Why is DHA important for your toddler?
A toddler’s brain contains Omega-3 fat and most of that fat is DHA, an important building block of the brain. Their brain will never grow this quickly again—and that’s why now is an important time for DHA.
9 out of 10 doctors agree that DHA-enriched nutrition is a practical way to support normal brain development in children under the age of 3.
How can my toddler get DHA?
Good sources of DHA are fatty fish such as salmon and Atlantic mackerel, but these foods may not be popular with many kids. As you can see, it’s not always easy for your child to get DHA; an important building block of the brain.
DHA-enriched toddler drinks offer a simple way to provide this important nutrient.
Enfagrow A+® is an every day toddler nutritional drink with DHA and is an easy addition to your toddler’s regular diet. It’s the #1 selling toddler nutritional drink.
DHA (a type of Omega-3 fat)
An important building block of a toddler’s developing brain.
Building block of the brain. Protein is used by the body to make important enzymes, most hormones, antibodies and for tissue building.
Important for brain development and normal cognitive function.