DHA Omega-3

Growing kids need DHA

A valuable nutrient, DHA Omega-3 is widely recognized for its role in supporting healthy brain development. In fact, it’s considered so important that it’s included in nearly all infant formulas. But some studies suggest that many toddlers and children don’t get the amount of DHA that many experts recommend. From the time you switch your toddler to milk, to the school-age years and beyond, Horizon® can help increase DHA intake with 32mg of DHA Omega-3 per serving.

Adults need DHA too

The body’s need for DHA continues from infancy into adulthood. Beyond supporting healthy brain function, DHA has also been shown to support heart health in adults.

It’s easy to increase your family’s DHA intake

Horizon organic milk with 32mg DHA Omega-3 is an easy way to narrow the DHA gap for your whole family. From lunchbox-friendly milk boxes to half gallons of plain or chocolate milk, Horizon makes it simple to get more DHA into your busy family’s everyday diet. Every glass brings your family closer to the amount of DHA many experts believe they should get each day.

Our DHA is special. Here’s why . . .
100% Plant-Based
Instead of using DHA derived from fish oil, we rely on plant-based, water-extracted, vegetarian DHA so your milk has the same delicious, creamy taste you expect from Horizon.
Approved for Organic Foods
Our DHA is specifically approved for use in organic foods. All our certified organic products adhere to the U.S. National Organic Program’s high standards.
Sustainable and Vegetarian
Our plant-based DHA is sustainable because it’s made from a renewable algae resource.
We use DHA that is water-extracted, which means it’s made without the use of hexane.

The FDA has not yet issued a Daily Value for DHA Omega-3 intake. Horizon organic milk with 32mg DHA Omega-3 is not to be substituted for breastmilk/infant formula; consult your healthcare provider.

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