Find out how much DHA is in your milk using only a single drop of breast milk.
Why measure breast milk omega-3s?
- Omega-3 DHA is an important component of a baby’s developing brain
- Baby’s best source for nutrition, including DHA, is breast milk
- Breast milk from American mothers is very low in DHA
- Moms can increase the amount of DHA in their breast milk through diet and/or supplements
- The amount of DHA in the blood is related to the amount in breast milk, and moms can begin to increase their DHA levels during pregnancy
- The only way to know how much DHA your baby is getting through breast milk is by measuring it – with the Mother’s Milk DHA Test.
This test uses novel “dried milk spot” technology and it’s simple and safe – you only need one drop of breast milk! Just send your dried milk spot through regular mail and receive results via email