After your toddler outgrows breastfeeding and baby formula, DHA continues to be an important nutrient to development. Learn about a way to provide DHA to your baby.
Now that your toddler's outgrown breast milk and infant formula, both of which had DHA, she might not be getting DHA as regularly. In fact, on average toddlers only get about 25% of the DHA many experts recommend. Even in a healthy toddler diet, both options that have DHA are limited because DHA is found in foods such as fatty fishes which many toddlers don't eat. A milk drink that has DHA might be something to consider to help fill this nutritional gap.