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DHA for Toddlers?

Discussion in 'Optimal Kids' started by Sandra Barton, Nov 18, 2019.

  1. Sandra Barton

    Sandra Barton New Member

    Hello, I am looking for recommendations on how to get more DHA into a toddler......recipes, or ?
  2. Saichi

    Saichi New Member

    Your location?
  3. Sandra Barton

    Sandra Barton New Member

    Chico, CA
    39.7285° N, 121.8375° W
  4. Saichi

    Saichi New Member

    Animal brains, tastes better than custard.

    I'd eat it every day if I could find enough, which I probably can with a little more effort.
  5. Sandra Barton

    Sandra Barton New Member

    Hard to find here as well. Having success with seafood broth/stew.
  6. Saichi

    Saichi New Member

    Most USDA facilities throw the heads away. So you have to get a farmer (small scale, pastured, organic of course) that can get the facility to save them. Sad the most nutritious part of the animal gets wasted or fed to dogs in the states.

    I really miss eating wild salmon, Dungeness crab, and sand dabs.
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  7. You should be able to buy a local grass fed lamb for under $200. Worth it for the bone broth alone.
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  8. Inger

    Inger Silver

    I would feed him caviar! That is the best food ever for a baby I guess :) :)

    Try get wild caught Salmon, or other wild caught fishroe with only salt as preservative. I get that here, 50 grams for about 6 euro. It is not very cheap, but so worth it once in a while. A baby would not need much, a teaspoon comes a long way. And I bet baby will love it! :) :)
    I eat it as a treat once in a while, it is soo good :)

    Pastured, organic egg yolks would be nice too, raw. I guess babies like them too. Very easy to feed :)

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