LoveBug Baby Probiotics for Colic, Reflux, Diarrhea, Constipation & Gas*
6 Probiotic Strains Studied for Infant Tummies
Convenient Euro Dropper Bottle Providing Control Over Each Drop
Organic, Sugar Free & Allergen Free
Why Developing Tummies Need Different Probiotics
The first 12-months of a baby's GI tract development sets the course for their entire life. Make sure that you help baby's microbiome development with the following natural strains:
L. rhamnosus GGL. rhamnosus GG is the most clinically studied strain and has been the subject of more than 200 clinical trials over the last 20 years. It has been extensively studied for its effect in babies with colic, diarrhea, digestive upset and immune system issues.
B. InfantisB. infantis is considered the super digestive strain for babies. Only 30% of women in the U.S. carry this strain to pass on to their babies; in the developing world 90% of mothers carry it. Scientists don't know why this strain is disappearing in the West, but they do know it is crucial to a baby's health and development. This strain is critical during the early months of life when a baby's digestive and immune system are developing. B. infantis evolved specifically to feed on the HMOs (Human Milk Oligosaccharides) in mom's breast milk and release chemicals that aid in brain and digestive system development. B. infantis is the good bacteria that takes up residence and can minimize the occurrence and growth of potentially harmful bacteria-especially those that are linked to a higher risk for conditions like colic, eczema, allergies, obesity, and diabetes.
B. lactisB. lactis is one of the most abundant bacteria found in breastfed infants. It is also one of the most versatile and hardest working strains in the human body. Similar to other strains, this lactic acid bacteria may help fight lactose intolerance and boost the immune system.
Easy to Administer Drops
LoveBug Baby Probiotics Come in a Euro Dropper which ensures freshness