This blog post is part of a paid Megan Media and Florastor Kids blogging program. The opinions and ideas expressed here are my own.
I have been a believer in probiotics for quite some time. Probiotics promote bacterial balance in our bodies to boost our immune system which can help reduce infections. Anytime I have had any sort of digestion trouble, I reach for my probiotics and am always amazed at how quickly I start to feel better.
Even though I realized the benefits of probiotics long ago, it never occurred to me to supplement my kids’ diets with probiotics as well. With many potential benefits and nothing to lose, we have added FlorastorKids Probiotics to our daily vitamin regimen.
Here’s why we love them. FlorastorKids is made with natural ingredients that are not only vegetarian, gluten-free, non-GMO, and appropriate for lactose intolerance. FlorastorKids comes in portable packets, and can be mixed in soft foods like applesauce, or in liquids. Best part: they do not require refrigeration and have a three-year shelf life. No money down the drain!
Adding probiotics to your kids’ daily routine could have benefits that go further than your gut health; there is some evidence that probiotics may promote emotional health as well. Additionally, probiotics are great to have around if your child experiences stomach upset from a virus or even from taking antibiotics. Having a healthy digestive balance supports a healthy immune system because 70 percent of your immune system is located in your digestive tract.
From young to old, Florastor can help all your family members maintain a healthy digestive balance. All Florastor ingredients are appropriate for ages two months and older.
Not all probiotics are created equal. Florastor is the only probiotic brand with Saccharomyces boulardii lyo CNCM I-745 which helps restore your natural flora. It’s the best-selling probiotic worldwide and has over 60 years of use and research. Visit Florastor’s website to learn more.
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