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A smarter way to do Yogurt
Brainiac® Kids whole milk yogurts supercharge kids developing minds with brain fueling nutrients they need like Omega-3 DHA and choline. Kids love the taste and don’t even realize we’ve snuck in more protein and use less sugar than the leading kids' yogurts.
- ["Pediatrician Approved
- 40% less sugar
- No Artificial Flavors
^One 4 oz serving of Brainiac Kids contains 5.8g of sugar compared to the leading kids' yogurt which contains 11.6g of sugar
I struggle to get nutritious food in my child and since we were introduced to these new products, my daughters been hooked and suddenly interested in all the other foods she refused prior! Can’t wait for her little sister to try in a few months when we are doing solids!
We typically think about calcium for bones, or protein for muscles, but I love that Brainiac Kids is thinking about nurturing my kids brain too!
4 oz | 4-pack
Perfectly portioned cups supercharge any meal or snack.Learn More
2 oz | 8-pack
On-the-go brain fuel. Freeze for lunchboxes.Learn More
4 oz | 4-pack
Power up the brain with our yogurt drinks made specifically for little hands.Learn More
7 oz | Single
Brain food for bigger appetites. Also great as a mix in for smoothies.Learn More
Packed with natural flavor!
All of our yogurt products come in four delicious flavors: Cherry Vanilla, Mixed Berry, Strawberry & Strawberry Banana
FOR A LIMITED TIME
SAVE $1.00 on any flavor multipack
Why Brainiac® Kids?
Our kids’ brains are developing rapidly way past the first 1000 days, but most aren’t getting the brain fuel they need to reach their full potential. Every serving of Brainiac® Kids yogurt contains the BrainPack® - a proprietary blend of brain nutrients including Omega-3s and choline to supercharge kids' developing brains.
On average kids only get
20% of their daily Omega-3 DHA needs*
With Brainiac® Kids products kids get up to 80% of their daily Omega DHA needs
One 4oz. serving of Brainiac Kids products provides as much as:
*What We Eat in America, NHANES 2015-2016 (Ages 4-15) / World Health Organization/UN-FAO (Daily Adequate Intake) / US National Academy of Medicine (Daily Adequate Intake)