What makes a child smart? For some, it’s listening to the teacher and picking up on lessons quickly. For others, it’s understanding and knowing how to interact with their classmates.

 For the scientists behind Enfagrow A+ Four, it’s both.

 That’s why Enfagrow A+ Four has two key ingredients to support your child’s brain development.

The Milk Fat Globule Membrane, or MFGM, is the milk fat’s coating, which is rich in life-enhancing components. It’s clinically proven to improve behavioral regulation, meaning your child will be able to understand his emotions and express them better.

 

DHA is an omega-3 fatty acid that’s clinically proven to support your child’s cognitive development, improving his problem-solving, reasoning, memory, attention, and language skills. Among children’s milk brands, Enfagrow A+ Four has the highest levels of DHA at 35 mg per serving.

 

That’s why Enfagrow A+ Four has two key ingredients to support your child’s brain development.

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