Thanks for stopping by, I want to share with you a little bit on why I’m a fan of probiotics for my baby girl Annelyn. We have been using Evivo probiotics with Annelyn since July and I can not believe the difference it has made.
Why I’m a Fan of Probiotics For My Baby
Since starting solids she hasn’t had any issues going to the bathroom. Sometimes when babies start real food they will get cpnstipated but that hasn’t been an issue.
Her eczema is basically all clear. Every now and then she will have a little patch, but nothing like before.
Here Annie is saying, “You better give me my probiotics,” while watching me fill up the syringe.
She is so used to the process now she likes to hold onto the syringe while I give them to her.
The little packets make it easy to take on the go, just make sure you keep them cold.
The directions are super easy to follow. You give the probiotics once a day, everyday.
Here is a list of the ingredients.
Baby Gut Check
Want to know if your baby’s gut is healthy? Thankfully, there’s now a simple 3 question Baby Gut Check you can take that will reveal if baby is one of 9 out of 10 infants missing B. infantis:
Question 1: Were you OR your baby born via C-section?
Question 2: Were you OR your baby given antibiotics pre-delivery or post pregnancy?
Question 3: Does your baby have diaper rash OR 5+ watery poops per day?
If you answered yes to one or more of these questions your baby’s gut may be in jeopardy. Your baby’s gut is likely missing the good bacteria B. infantis, allowing many harmful bacteria to thrive. These bad bacteria are linked to higher risk of colic, eczema, allergies, diabetes, and obesity.
How did you get this result? You or your baby were born via C-section, which means you or your baby did not come in direct contact with mom’s beneficial gut bacteria. This good bacteria helps develop a healthy gut microbiome in your baby and could have long-term health benefits.
You or your baby were given antibiotics, which eliminated both the good bacteria (like B. infantis) and bad bacteria (like Group B Strep) in your gut.
Your baby poops more than 5X a day. The amount your baby poops is a visible signal of “good” vs. “bad” bacteria in the baby’s gut. Babies with more good bacteria have fewer loose poops as they are better able to absorb all the nutrients from breast milk. The more loose stools that baby’s bottom comes into contact with, the more the skin can be irritated leading to diaper rash.
To help reverse this trend, a team of doctors and scientists from Evivo found a way to repopulate the infant gut with this good bacteria. Evivo is the only probiotic clinically proven to restore B. infantis while reducing the potentially harmful bacteria by 80%. In clinical trials, babies consuming Evivo and breast milk had their gut fully repopulated with the good bacteria they need 100% of the time.
When bad bacteria are pushed out and good bacteria thrive, baby is more likely to develop a healthier metabolism and a stronger immune system. The first 6 months of baby’s life are full of all sorts of important milestones. Make sure helping baby develop a healthy gut is one of them!
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