What is Omega 3?
- Omega 3 belongs to a group of ‘good fats’ called essential fatty acids
- They are called ‘essential’ because the body can’t make them itself and so needs to get them from food sources
Why is Omega 3 important for toddlers?
- They are needed for growth and development
Where can toddlers get Omega 3 from?
- Oily fish like salmon, trout, and mackerel
- Eggs, avocado, nuts, and seeds
- Growing Up Milk has added Omega 3
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