Give your kids the best start possible by looking after their gut health from the get go.
Life with children is one of the most incredible, challenging and confusing things we go through. Although it’s a wonderful time, it’s also filled with some really difficult moments – unexplained crying, digestive issues, what can seem like endless vomiting and even stressing about whether you’re doing a good enough job as a parent.
We can’t help worrying about how well you’re doing, but at least there may be good news about tummy troubles. A gut imbalance could be causing your baby or toddler some discomfort, and science shows that probiotics can help.
These are some of the early signs of a gut imbalance:
Colic affects up to 40% of all babies in their first three to five months of life, making it a very common infant complaint. If you have an otherwise healthy baby who has unexplained episodes of fussing and crying for at least three hours a day for three days a week, it’s probably colic.
Luckily research also shows that using Reuterina Drops daily reduces the amount of time that babies with colic spend crying by 50%!
Doctors aren’t really sure what causes colic, but clinical trials show that colicky babies tend to have lower counts of lactobacilii bacteria in their gut than non-colicky ones, so it may be related to a gut imbalance. Luckily research also shows that using Reuterina Drops daily reduces the amount of time that babies with colic spend crying by 50%!
Did you know that more than half of all babies experience daily regurgitation (aka vomiting) when they’re three to four months old? And 20% regurgitate more than four times a day? Not only is this a laundry problem, but it could also be a sign of a gut imbalance.
If you have a baby who’s struggling with regular vomiting, using Reuterina Drops could help. One study showed a massive 80% reduction in daily regurgitations when babies were given Reuterina Drops.
Once your baby gets bigger, you may think you’re past the stage where digestive issues will be such a defining problem in your life. Unfortunately, right around the time that you start toilet training, constipation becomes common. Evidence shows that children with constipation have an imbalance in their intestinal flora, which can be improved with probiotics.
Evidence shows that children with constipation have an imbalance in their intestinal flora, which can be improved with probiotics.
Whether it’s because of a bug they picked up or the side-effects of medication like antibiotics, helping your child through a bout of diarrhoea can be stressful. These temporary gut imbalances are very upsetting for the kids and adults involved, and we know that most parents will do whatever they can to make their children feel better.
Taking Reuterina Drops can help with these temporary gut imbalances. The drops decrease the duration of diarrhoea episodes in children and babies by up to 24 hours. And they also significantly reduce the side-effects associated with antibiotics in babies and children.