This post is sponsored by Evivo but the content and opinions expressed here are my own.
When a mother is pregnant with her baby, there are a lot of questions and concerns that go through her mind. With this last pregnancy of mine, I was always super concerned with our baby’s gut health. After all, the older I get and the more babies I have, the more educated I become about my baby’s health. When my youngest was born, we started her on Evivo, which is a clinically-proven probiotic for babies. You may be wondering why your baby’s gut health matters and here’s why –
That first 6 months of your baby’s life is more important than you could ever imagine, especially for their immune and metabolic development. If your baby has bad bacteria in her gut, she may be at a higher risk for autoimmune and metabolic issues like colic, eczema, allergies, and even diabetes later in life. Good bacteria is important because it promotes that protective wall around the bad bacteria, which in return crowds out the bad bacteria. Did you know that 9 out of 10 babies have an issue with their gut?
With my older children, I didn’t worry about gut health because I didn’t think any of my babies had bad bacteria in their gut. However, our last baby immediately had some colic and was fussy a lot. I remembered my research on gut health, which is why we started her on Evivo right away. She is living proof that the RIGHT probiotic can help a baby in more ways than we can imagine. Let’s be honest, a crying baby from colic can take away the novelty of having a baby. If you’ve never had a baby cry in your arms for 3-4 hours in pain from colic, I can vouch that you will never want to experience this.
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