what is Growing Years milk?

Growing Years is organic whole milk with specially selected nutrition for growing kids. We partnered with pediatricians to identify key nutrients for ages 1 to 5, so every delicious serving provides DHA Omega-3, choline, prebiotics and high vitamin D.

DHA Omega-3

Brain Health

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DHA Omega-3 is in the Omega-3 fatty acid
and it supports brain and eye health.
fatty acids are not produced by the body, so we
have to get them from what we eat and drink.

Every 8-ounce glass of Growing Years milk
has 50mg of DHA Omega-3.

DHA is found in most human body tissues, with
the highest amounts in the brain, nervous system
and retina of the eye.1 In the brain, DHA is
involved in with neuronal signaling. In the eye,
DHA is necessary to maintain good vision.2 DHA
Omega-3 is recognized by doctors and
nutritionists as an important part of a healthy diet.


Helps Transport
DHA in the Body

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Get 55 mg of choline in each 8-ounce glass
of Growing Years milk.

According to the American Academy of
Pediatrics, choline is an essential brain nutrient.
Although our bodies make some choline, our
diets supply the majority. However, it’s estimated
that 90% of us don’t get enough choline.

Choline has an Adequate Intake recommendation
set by the Food and Nutrition Board of the
Institute of Medicine. Choline aids in the transport
and synthesis of lipids (or fats), and it helps
transport DHA throughout the body. It’s like a
DHA delivery truck.


Good for
Little Bellies

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Get 1 gram of prebiotics with every 8-ounce
glass of Growing Years milk.

Prebiotics are dietary fiber that feeds friendly
gut bacteria. (Prebiotics are different than
probiotics, which are strains of live bacteria.)

and High Vitamin D

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Every 8-ounce glass of Growing Years milk
is an excellent source of both calcium and vitamin
D to support strong bones and teeth. And every
serving has 8 grams of protein too.

Certified organic, Growing Years milk
comes from pasture-raised cows that eat an
organic, non-GMO diet and are never treated with
antibiotics or added hormones.3 Our family farmer
partners steward their land without toxic,
persistent pesticides.

  • 1. Lauritzen, L, Hansen HS, Jørgensen, MH T. B. Mikkelsen. The essentiality
    of long chain n-3 fatty acids in relation to development and function of
    the brain and retina. Prog Lipid Res. 2001 Jan Mar;40(1-2):1-94.
  • 2. Caler, P.C. The role of DHA in the first 1,000
    days. Ann Nutr Metab 2016;
    69(suppl 1):8-21.
  • 3. Per National Organic Program regulations.
    Organic rules prohibit the use of
    that are harmful to human health.