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Got Milk? Horizon Organic Chocolate Milk {Giveaway}

Horizon Organic lowfat chocolate milk provides a great tasting way to add calcium and DHA to your family's diet. DHA Omega-3 is an important nutrient that helps support heart, brain and eye health, and it¹s available in lowfat half gallons.

DHA is important right from the start of a baby's life. Pregnant mothers are encouraged to get the right amount, and it's vital in an infant's development. As your baby grows into a toddler, DHA is recommended for their fast growing minds and body. It's recommended that a healthy, active 3 year old get 150mg DHA daily. Unfortunately, most are only getting a small fraction (19mg) of what they need for optimal brain development.


Flavored milk provides the same essential nutrients as white milk, and can help meet your child's calcium requirements. In a study, 66% of school-age children choose flavored milk over plain. Horizon Organic Milk Plus DHA Omega-3 is fortified with a natural, 100 percent vegetarian and sustainable source of DHA - a safe, wholesome, delicious way to bring more of this important nutrient into your family's diet.

DHA belongs to a category of healthy fatty acids known as Omega-3's. Found in high concentrations in the tissues of the brain and eye, DHA Omega-3 is thought to help support healthy function in these areas. DHA has also been shown to help support heart health. Even as we get older, DHA continues to support our eye health, mental acuity, and heart health.

GIVEAWAY
Two winners will win 4 coupons each- 2 for FREE half gallon of Horizon Organic chocolate milk, and 2 $1 off coupons as well). Here's how you can enter to win.  (Required Entry must be completed before any additional entries can be made.)

Required Entry: Visit Horizon Organic online and tell me something you have learned about DHA. 

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This giveaway is open to all US residents and will end February 23. The items featured were provided free of cost to me for the sole purpose of this review. Opinions expressed are my own and are NOT influenced by monetary compensation.

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Cake Mom said...

DHA exists naturally in breast milk.
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I learned it can be hard for kids to get an adequate amount of DHA after they're through with breastmilk/formula.

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I learned that DHA is found primarily in fatty fish, and many Americans, especially kids, don't eat enough of these foods to get the recommended amount of DHA in their diets.

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I learned DHA is an Omega-3 fatty acid that is found in most tissues and promotes heart health.

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DHA is a major structural fat in the retina of the eye, accounting for up to 50 percent of the total fatty acids in the retina! Very cool!
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i learned that scientists are currently studying whether there is a link between DHA (or lack thereof) and mood disorders in adults.
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JC said...

I learned that DHA has been shown to help promote heart health.

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LAR1975 said...

Because I'm b'feeding, I take DHA tablets, so I know how important it is for me & the baby. What I didn't know was that DHA is now being researched because it may have links to behavioral and mood disorders in adults. Fascinating!

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ShawnaMichelle said...

I learned that DHA exists naturally in breast milk.

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Would love to try this Horizon milk!

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I learned that the typical three-year-old needs about 150 mg of DHA a day. Sadly, most children get only 19 mg, a tiny fraction of what they need for optimal brain growth.

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DHA is a natural component of breast milk and is important for brain functions.

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a typical 3 yr old needs 150 mg of dha a day, most get 19 mg
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I read that DHA is found primarily in fatty fish

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cdziuba said...

I'm a staunch advocate of breastfeeding, breastfed all 4 of my kids. I learned that DHA supports eye, brain, and heart health!



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Newborns and toddlers rely on breast milk or formula as a DHA source, but getting adequate DHA can be a challenge as children transition to solid foods.
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I learned that DHA is a healthy omega-3!
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Laura C said...

Dha exists naturally in breast milk.

Nancy said...

I learned that scientists are currently researching the possibility that a lack of DHA may contribute to certain behavioral and mood disorders affecting adults.

Tony said...

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Hil'Lesha said...

DHA belongs to a category of healthy fatty acids known as Omega-3's. Found in high concentrations in the tissues of the brain and eye, DHA Omega-3 is thought to help support healthy function in these areas. DHA has also been shown to help support heart health.

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Karen said...

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Nicole said...

I learned that DHA is highly concentrated within brain tissue, and is a key structural component of a healthy brain.

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sksweeps said...

I learned that Scientists are also currently researching the possibility that a lack of DHA may contribute to certain behavioral and mood disorders affecting adults.

I wonder if this applies to teenagers too?!!!

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Besides dha being in breastmilk it is an omega 3 fatty acid. So all forms of Fish Oil are an omega 3. It is great for the growth of a fetus and after baby is born.

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DHA is found naturally in breast milk.

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It promotes heart health.

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I learned that their recipe for Maple Walnut Granola has 1.19g of Omega-3s.

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DHA is a type of Omega-3 fatty acid.

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DHA is found primarily in fatty fish, and many Americans, especially kids, don't eat enough of these foods to get the recommended amount of DHA in their diets.(1) In addition, the FDA and EPA recommend that young children limit their fish intake to 3 servings/week due to potential mercury contamination.

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I learned that DHA is good for pregnant women and that it is found naturally in breast milk, wow!

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DHA is found primarily in fatty fish

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it's great for newborns!

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I learned that a 3 year old needs 150 mg of DHA a day but the average one only gets 19 mg

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