Probiotics in children is not a new thing, it’s something that more people are becoming aware of. A few years ago, I became aware of the need of probiotics after having four children. I did a lot of research and I realized how important the use of probiotics in children really is! Here are some reasons we are using them.
Probiotics are the good guys
Keep in mind that your body is full of yucky bacteria. You can think of probiotics as being the good guys. They come in and deliver the good bacteria and yeast that is good for your health. Bottom line is that probiotics help to keep your gut healthy!
Probiotics are necessary
There are things that your children do on a daily basis that makes them lose their good bacteria. Maybe your child was on antibiotics or has a bowl syndrome that makes them loose a lot of their good bacteria. Probiotics are necessary in children to help them keep the good bacteria in their body.
Probiotics help move the food through your gut
You may be surprised as to how much food is just sitting in your gut. Probiotics can help move the food through your gut and keep you healthy. Along with using probiotics, ensuring that your children are drinking plenty of water and eating a healthy diet can help tremendously.
Choosing a probiotic for your children
Here comes the age old question of what kind of probiotic a child should be using. Now that you know they are important, you may be wondering which probiotic is the best. Culturelle® Kids Probiotic Packets are a safe way to give your kids the probiotics they need. They help to safely deliver the good bacteria to your child’s immune system. Each packet actually contains five (5) billion live active cultures, is easy to take and is flavorless, dairy≠≠, gluten≠ and sugar-free. ≠≠≠
Would you like to try a free sample of the Culturelle® Kids Probiotic Packets? You can sign up here! Hurry up because there are limited samples available.
Now that you know the importance of probiotics, will you have your children start taking them?
This post was brought to your by Culturelle, all opinions remain my own.