Are Probiotics Good for Babies?
This post is sponsored by Evivo but the content and opinions expressed here are my own.
While making my picks in the baby food aisle, I was surprised by the sudden surge of probiotics for babies and toddlers. I know probiotics have their benefits for adults but it got me wondering, are probiotics good for babies as well?
The simple answer is yes. But with so many options out there, it's sometimes difficult to choose the best one for your baby. I can assure you, though, that Evivo is currently the only baby probiotic clinically proven to restore the good bacteria, B. infantis, while reducing bad bacteria in baby's gut by 80%. This high percentage of bad bacteria is linked to higher rate of health issues, now and later in life.
Keeping is simple for busy parents and easy for babies to consume, all you have to do is mix one satchel of Evivo with a few drops of breastmilk and feed to baby via syringe. I nursed both my babies until they were at least 9 months so needless to say I'm a little disappointed I didn't found out about Evivo a bit sooner to help boost their immune system even more.
TREATMENT FOR ECZEMA
Of course you must consult with your doctor, but it seems that high doses of specific probiotics hold the most promise for prevention and treatment of eczema. I have seen cases of eczema in children so extreme that it interferes with their daily living. And knowing that most parents would do whatever they can to avoid this discomfort in their little ones, I'd highly recommend discussing this option with your pediatrician.
One of the most frequent issues parents of newborns complain of is colic in babies. They're in pain, discomfort, and many times can't get a good night's sleep which means neither are you. Too much bad bacteria and not enough good bacteria many times lead to this tummy trouble in babies. Evivo is the first and only probiotic of its kind, clinically proven, to reduce bad colic bacteria by 80% and repopulate baby’s gut with the good bacteria that’s missing.
Bad bacteria in baby's gut isn't only linked to eczema and colic, but also to a higher risk of autoimmune and metabolic issues like allergies, diabetes, and obesity later in life. This is why it's so important for us to do all we can, early on, to give them an extra healthy boost in life.
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