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NaturalKids® PROBIOTICS™ Chewable Tablets 5 Billion CFU per Serving | Chewable Probiotic Tablets 60 Tablets
NaturalKids® PROBIOTICS™ Chewable Tablets 5 Billion CFU per Serving | Chewable Probiotic Tablets 60 Tablets
NaturalKids® PROBIOTICS™ Chewable Tablets 5 Billion CFU per Serving | Chewable Probiotic Tablets 60 Tablets
NaturalKids® PROBIOTICS™ Chewable Tablets 5 Billion CFU per Serving | Chewable Probiotic Tablets 60 Tablets
NaturalKids® PROBIOTICS™ Chewable Tablets 5 Billion CFU per Serving | Chewable Probiotic Tablets 60 Tablets
NaturalKids® PROBIOTICS™ Chewable Tablets 5 Billion CFU per Serving | Chewable Probiotic Tablets 60 Tablets

NaturalKids® PROBIOTICS™ Chewable Tablets 5 Billion CFU per Serving | Chewable Probiotic Tablets 60 Tablets

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Digestive and Immune Support* for Children. NaturalKids® PROBIOTICS™ chewable tablets are a daily use supplement specially formulated for children.

It is a cohttps://v2.langify-app.com/products/41951687#mbination of four different strains †† of good bacteria with a total of 5 billion bacteria per serving. It contains four essential probiotics for children: LGG® probiotic (Lactobacillus rhamnosus), which is the most clinically studied probiotic strain in children, BB-12® probiotic (Bifidobacterium lactis), UALp-05™ probiotic (Lactobacillus plantarum), and UALa-01™ probiotic (Lactobacillus acidophilus).

These probiotics, specially formulated for children over 3 years old, are good bacteria in the form of a chewable tablet with a delicious strawberry flavor. They can help children’s stomachs by supporting the digestive system as they digest food and absorb vitamins. The natural balance of good bacteria in the digestive tract promotes immune support and a healthy digestive system*.


PROPERTIES:

5 billion CFU** per serving

No artificial colors or flavors

NON-GMO (contains no genetically modified ingredients)

NaturalKids® PROBIOTICS™ may offer benefits such as†:

1. Improving digestive health: Helps balance gut flora, which can prevent and treat digestive issues like constipation and diarrhea*.

2. Strengthening the immune system: By improving gut health, it also strengthens the immune system, helping children fight infections and illnesses*.

3. Reducing allergies: Some studies suggest it may help reduce the incidence of allergies in children by regulating the immune response*.

4. Nutrient absorption: Improves the absorption of essential nutrients like vitamins and minerals, which is crucial for the proper growth and development of children*.

5. Preventing respiratory infections: There is evidence suggesting it may reduce the incidence of respiratory infections, such as colds and flu, in children*.

6. Improving oral health: Some studies indicate it may help maintain healthy oral flora, contributing to the prevention of cavities and gum diseases*.

7. Relieving lactose intolerance symptoms: It may help improve lactose digestion, which is beneficial for children with lactose intolerance*.


RECOMMENDED USE: 1 to 2 chewable tablets per day. Keep the bottle out of reach of children. The bottle contains 60 chewable tablets with strawberry flavor.


WARNING: KEEP THE BOTTLE OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. Consult the pediatrician before giving this or any supplement to your child. Do not use if the seal is missing or broken. Storage: Store in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight. The maximum storage temperature is 86°F (30°C); it can be refrigerated. Protect from moisture.


**CFU:

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

^Accompanied by a healthy diet and regular exercise.

† Based on the number of studies on LGG® (Lactobacillus rhamnosus) as of January 2020. †† Strain refers to the group or type of bacteria, fungi, or viruses.

Clinical Studies: 1 Aggarwal et al, Indian Journal of Medical Research, 2014; 139(MAR):379-385 | 2 Rautanen et al, Archives of Disease in Childhood, 1998; 79(2):157-160 | 3 Shornikova et al, Acta Pediatrica, 1997; 86:460-465 | 4 Oberhelman et al. Journal of Pediatrics, 1999. 134(1), 15–20 | 5 Sindhu et al, Clinical Infectious Diseases, 2014; 58(8), 1107–1115 6Nocerino et al., Alimentary Pharmacology & Therapeutics 2020; 51(1):110-120 | 7Chen et al. Beneficial microbes, 2021 8 Asher et al., Lancet 2006 | 9 Sarah et al., Arch Pediatr | Adolesc Med. 2005 | 10 Schmidt et al., 2019