Good Nutrition for Kids and 3 Benefits of Probiotics

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At least 70% of the immune system is in the digestive tract, but a diet high in sugar and low in fiber may deplete the amount of good bacteria in your child’s gut, which in turn may affect digestion and immune health.

Probiotic supplements for kids are a safe and gentle way to help replenish the balance of good bacteria in the digestive tract and support the developing immune system.* Below are three key benefits of adding a daily probiotic to your child’s diet:

  1. Support immune function* Added beneficial bacteria support a healthy digestive balance and help teach the immune system to respond appropriately to outside challenges.*
  2. Support bowl health* Regular elimination needs a healthy balance of good bacteria in the gut. Daily probiotics have been shown to help support that balance, which in turn promotes regularity and helps prevent the occasional upset tummy.*
  3. Promote healthy digestion* In addition to producing vitamins—including important B vitamins—probiotics produce digestive enzymes and support regular, balanced digestion.*
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Written by Renew Life

At Renew Life, we believe a healthy gut is a happy gut. For nearly two decades we have been formulating superior quality digestive care supplements to help people achieve optimal health from the inside out.* We proudly stand behind the quality, purity, and potency of every product we make. Sign up for our emails to receive new product announcements, company news, and exclusive offers!

  • Lakuma

    I understand that Ultimate Flora Kids Probiotic Capsules contains no wheat, gluten, soy, dairy, eggs, shellfish, tree nuts. However peanuts are not the same as tree nuts, can you please tell me if I can give this to my kid who is allergic to peanuts?

  • We do not include any ingredients derived from peanuts in our Ultimate Flora Kids Probiotic. However, we cannot guarantee that the materials were not exposed to peanuts at some point in the supply chain. Furthermore, the manufacturing facility where the product is produced is not a peanut free facility. Hope this was helpful!