Why measure breast milk omega-3s?

    • Omega-3 DHA is an important component of a baby’s developing brain
    • Baby’s best source for nutrition, including DHA, is breast milk
    • Breast milk from American mothers is very low in DHA
    • Moms can increase the amount of DHA in their breast milk through diet and/or supplements
    • The amount of DHA in the blood is related to the amount in breast milk, and moms can begin to increase their DHA levels during pregnancy
    • The only way to know how much DHA your baby is getting through breast milk is by measuring it – with the Mother’s Milk DHA Test.


Why OmegaQuant’s Mothers Milk DHA Test?

    • Uses novel “dried milk spot” technology
    • Simple and safe: Only need 1 drop of breast milk!
    • Hassel-free: Send dried milk spot through regular mail and receive results via email within 5 days of OmegaQuant receiving the sample.


Test Options and Prices

All packages include the collection kit, pre-paid return envelope, and a results report emailed to you within 5 days after we receive your sample. The results report includes your breast milk DHA level plus useful information about how to improve your score.

For Nursing Moms

Find out how much DHA your baby is getting from your breast milk with the MM-DHA Test.

For Pregnant Women

Your diet during pregnancy affects the amount of DHA your fetus receives as well as the amount that will be in your breast milk.  You can measure your blood levels of EPA+DHA with the Omega-3 Index kit while you are still pregnant and then measure your breast milk DHA once you start breastfeeding. Save time and money by ordering one of our bundles.

If you are interested in ordering this test please contact us and link to our contact page.