When it comes to your bundle of joy, you take careful steps to make sure they’re happy and most importantly, healthy. Your little one is undeniably perfect, but their gut microbiome may not be. That’s right, even babies struggle with tummy issues!
Our children’s intestinal tracts are populated with probiotics through human milk, or other probiotic-containing nutritional sources. Just like with adults, and sometimes an imbalance of “good” and “bad” bacteria occurs, leading to excessive gas, discomfort, fussing and crying. Since your baby can’t simply reach for Tums, we created our Baby Probiotic Formula.
Our easy-to-use liquid formula is made with pediatrician-tested probiotic strains P. pentosaceus KABP-041 and B. longum KABP-042, that are clinically studied to help soothe fussiness and reduce crying due to occasional upset tummy.* Our probiotic is made to support both breastfed and formula-fed babies, because we’re all about what works best for you and your little one.
If you’re struggling with discomfort and tears with your little one, you’re not alone. As many as 1 in 5 babies struggles with occasional tummy issues. Our probiotic blend not only helps soothe baby’s belly, but supports digestive health and comfort, as well as their immune health.*
From day one, our Baby Probiotic formula is there to help bring less tears and more cheers! Safe and effective for children 0-24 months, there are 3 ways to serve our powerful probiotic blend. Plus, our formula is flavorless, with a built-in dropper for less muss (and hopefully less fuss). There’s no refrigeration needed so you’re able to take it on-the-go, or keep it within reach in the nursery.
How to use Baby Probiotic
- Give your baby 6 drops directly via mouth or spoon.
- Mix with breast milk or formula
- Apply directly to the nipple at feeding time for breastfed babies
At 6 months, you can pair our Baby Probiotic with our Baby Multi & DHA. This pediatrician-designed liquid formula is made to support their brain, bone and immune health.* Because sometimes, their fruits and veggies are more likely to end up in their hair, than in their mouth. Parents, together we’ve got this!