Is it true that drinking milk that has high level of DHA can really contribute on a child's multiple intelligence development?

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Possibly. I've read in a study that DHA is vital for visual and cognitive development among infants. Among toddlers, DHA supplementation may result in better cognition and behavior. But personally, I believe that multiple intelligence doesn't completely rely on DHA. Honing a kid's abilities can even be more effective.

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DHA has lots of benefits for our bodies, including the development of brain function. So to answer your question, yes, it can help a person's brain development overall. Sharing you a good read about multiple intelligence: http://kidsrsimple.com/2014/06/27/multiple-intelligences-how-do-you-view-your-child/

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