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Probiotic Drops Everyday

Supporting your baby’s microbiome sets a budding digestive system up for success. The world’s most-studied single-strain probiotic is safe to use from day one to help a brand new gut get a head start.*

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  • Pure Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG, the world’s most-studied single-strain probiotic
  • 1 billion cells per serving
  • Unique microencapsulation process helps protect the probiotic cells so they travel safely to the gut without losing effectiveness
  • No added sugar, no alcohol, no artificial flavors or colors, and free of the top 8 allergens
  • Easy to use dropper

Mommy’s Bliss Probiotic Drops help support baby’s digestive health and immune function. We craft ours specifically for little ones using the world’s most studied single-strain probiotic and just a bit of oil. Safe to use from day one.

Corn Oil (non GMO), Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG

  • Artificial colors and flavors
  • Sucrose
  • Gluten
  • Binders or fillers
  • Dairy
  • Yeast
  • Dill
  • Soy
  • Petroleum based by-products
  • Parabens
  • Alcohol
  • Any other unessential ingredients

Disperse clumps by shaking well before use. Cloudy yellow appearance is normal. Using dropper provided, fill to line for one daily serving and administer by spoon, mixed into breast milk or formula, or apply to breast during feeding. Do not add to hot food or before warming; heat will damage live probiotics. Glass Dropper: Do not place in mouth. If washed, dry thoroughly before reuse.

  • Simple ingredients = healthy product. I LOVE the fact that there are only two ingredients in your probiotic: Corn oil and the organisms. When I compare this to other products in the market, this is the simplest and the best! Thanks for keeping only the good stuff. - Charlene, IA
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FAQs

Probiotics are living microorganisms (often bacteria, sometimes yeasts) that scientific research has shown to be beneficial to human health. In some cases they’re similar to, or the same as, the microbes already found in a healthy digestive tract. Many probiotics were originally isolated from common fermented foods, such as yogurt. Our Baby Probiotic Drops Everyday contain the live culture Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG, the most widely studied probiotic in the world, with more than 800 scientific publications attesting to the safety and healthfulness of these beneficial bacteria. As with all dietary supplements, you should discuss the use of probiotics with your baby’s doctor.

Our probiotics don’t require refrigeration, but they must be stored at 77°F (25°C) or below to maintain potency throughout the labeled shelf life of the product. It’s possible that refrigeration can prolong that shelf life, but it’s not necessary. Make sure you keep the bottle tightly closed if you pop the bottle in the fridge or freezer, and only freeze unopened vials to avoid any moisture pickup when they thaw.

Great idea! We recommend using Baby Probiotic Drops Everyday on a daily basis (it’s right in the name) to promote long-term digestive health.* When colic symptoms show up, turn to Gripe Water to soothe them on the spot.*

 

Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG is the world’s most widely studied probiotic, with more than 800 peer-reviewed scientific publications observing its effects. Demonstrated to be safe for newborns (and, of course, adults!), this strain is a common microbe already found in a healthy gut. It’s just more of a good thing.

There’s really no best time of day, but if you give probiotics at or near feeding time, they’re probably most likely to survive their swirl through the stomach. Making probiotics part of a feeding ritual also makes it easier to remember to use them!

Our probiotic drops contain non-GMO corn or sunflower oil, which has a mild taste and a light yellow tint. Because we microencapsulate the probiotic to protect it as it travels to the gut to do its job, it appears as whitish clumps or sand-like grains suspended in the pale yellow oil. These will settle out on standing, though in some cases the microencapsulated beads can form a plug in the neck of the bottle that’s noticeable when you open it. Shake well to redistribute the beads before giving to your baby.