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Lactogut Kidz

Lactogut Kidz

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Description

Lactogut Kidz is a multi-strain, pediatric-specific probiotic. It is orange-flavored, perfect for infants, toddlers and children. Each sachet contains 1 billion CFUs of probiotic goodness.

While there are several factors that can influence a child’s immunity, probiotics can ensure your tiny tot has strong immunity – naturally.

From conception to 2 years of age, the first 1000 days are important since it is devoted to the development of healthy gut bacteria. Which in turn, helps develop a good immune system in the child.

A C-section delivery or bottle feeding at birth could compromise the development of good gut bacteria in a child.

This in turn could disturb the functioning of the immune system, that could in turn manifest as recurring cough, cold or fever in the child. Exposure to antimicrobials may result in a disturbance in the intestinal flora. Therefore it becomes necessary to restore the intestinal flora and enhance the immunity, to facilitate faster recovery.

Lactogut Kidz supports the good bacteria in correcting the immune system, providing overall good health.

For the 1st time in India, Lactogut and Lactogut kidz have been used along with conventional treatments are now clinically proven to treat eczema and improve results by over 75%.

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Site-specific
strains

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Vegetarian

Lactogut Kidz 3

Backed by
research

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No artificial preservatives

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Safe for
kids

Lactogut Kidz 1

Site-specific
strains

Lactogut Kidz 2

Vegetarian

Lactogut Kidz 3

Backed by
research

Lactogut Kidz 4

No artificial
preservatives

Lactogut Kidz 5

Safe for
kids

Lactogut kidz is known to alleviate:

toilet

Older infants, toddlers, and children normally have one to two bowel movements per day. Diarrhea is often defined as an increase in stool frequency to twice the usual number per day in infants or three or more loose or watery stools per day in older children.

crying

Infantile colic is described as frequent, prolonged episodes of crying in healthy infants. It is traditionally defined by the Wessel’s criteria of crying or fussing more than three hours a day, for more than three days a week, for three weeks.

no-milk

Lactose intolerance is the inability to digest a sugar molecule called lactose, which is commonly found in milk and other dairy products. Consumption of lactose containing products can result in abdominal cramps, bloating and diarrhea.

skin-cancer

Atopic dermatitis (AD), a chronic, recurrent inflammatory skin disease, commonly having a childhood onset and characterized by itchy, red, swollen, and cracked skin. It is common in children but can occur at any age. Atopic dermatitis usually develops in early childhood and is more common in people who have a family history of the condition.

Here the probiotic is indicated for use to regulate the immune system with the help of microbial stains (Immunobiotics) for effective functioning of the immune system.