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Food many toddlers love—but with zero DHA
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The toddler years are a time of continued brain growth, but DHA, an important building block of the brain, may be missing from your toddler’s diet. Fatty fish, for example, is a good source of DHA, but will your toddler eat it?
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Including DHA in your toddler’s diet can be a challenge
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