Probiotic Drops for Baby
- 2 billion active cultures per dose
- Probiotic Lock Cap safely stores freeze dried cultures protecting them from moisture, light and heat until you are ready to use and ensuring ultimate freshness
- Helps relieve occasional colic symptoms, gas, constipation and other tummy troubles*
- Lactobacillius rhamnosus probiotic blend promotes healthy bacterial balance for digestive and immune support*
- Easy-to-use dropper
- No artificial anything! All natural, non GMO, does not contain gluten, dairy, lactose, sugar, added colors or preservatives.
Our Label, Your Peace of MindWe keep our formulas as simple as possible, and that means the list of ingredients can be a short one. Fret not, we aren’t hiding a thing; if it’s in the product, it’s on the label.
We’re on the cusp of a health revolution. For generations, we’ve been fighting against germs to keep us healthy. But now we know that you can’t just guard against the bad bugs; you have to make sure you have plenty of good bacteria as well.We have ten times more bacteria in our bodies than cells, most of it in the gut, and most of it friendly. (Who knew?) Gut bacteria are involved in digestion, immune function, cognitive function, mood, cell signaling, and more. (Think of them as worker bees, only a lot smaller.) Immune function is of particular interest, since 70-80% of the body’s immune system resides in the gut, and interacts constantly with gut bacteria. Healthy gut bacteria are needed from birth to support a healthy digestive tract and immune system. Babies born vaginally inherit their mothers’ bacteria, and also get probiotics in their mothers’ breast milk. For a variety of reasons, some babies don’t inherit optimally balanced bacteria: they were born by c-section, they or their mother were taking antibiotics at the time of their birth, or their mothers had dysbiosis. (Don’t beat yourself up, mama. Medical science is only now just figuring this out, and not everyone’s gotten the memo.) Infancy is an opportune time to provide beneficial bacteria to babies in the form of probiotics, according to researchers. Studies show that probiotics can improve bacterial balance, support intestinal function and a healthy intestinal barrier, and promote a healthy immune response.*
UpSpring is committed to bringing you only the best. That’s why Probiotic Baby Liquid Drops give you two billion CFUs of Lactobacillus rhamnosus per dose -- more live cultures than any other brand for infants.
What is the serving size, or dose, for UpSpring Baby Probiotic Drops?Just one small 0.4 mL dose per day. How often should I give my baby a dose? Once per day, or as needed. What is the best way to give my baby the Probiotic Colic Drops? Fill the dropper to the 0.4 mL line. Then either place drop directly into your baby’s mouth, or mix it with room temperature breast milk, formula, food or liquid. Wash and dry dropper after use. Do these drops contain any artificial ingredients? No, ma’am! They’re made with only natural ingredients, and contain no artificial colors, flavors, preservatives, sugars, or lactose. Does this need to be refrigerated after opening? Once the bottle has been opened, refrigeration is the best way to preserve the live probiotic cultures. Once the sealed Probiotic Lock Cap is penetrated, use the bottle within 90 days. What is the shelf life of Baby Probiotic Colic Drops? Unlike many manufacturers, which only guarantee potency at the time of manufacture, Probiotic Colic Drops have a shelf life of up to 2 years. Check the bottom of the package for expiration date. Our Probiotic Lock Cap technology keeps the probiotics inactive until the first time they’re used. Once the bottle is open, store in the refrigerator and use within 90 days. Do I need to wash the dropper after use? To avoid cross contamination, we recommend washing and drying the dropper after use. How did you choose the probiotic strain for this product? We went with the science. (Hey, it’s what we do.) Lactobacillus rhamnosis is one of the most clinically studied strains of bacteria for gut health. What are CFUs? CFU stands for Colony Forming Unit; it’s a measure of potency and refers to the number of live cultures per serving. (If they’re dead, they can’t help you.)