Make kids’ tummies happier with this 2-in-1 supplement

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Although I am not proud of it, Coco is a picky eater, that is why most of the time he eats processed food or fast food, although he eats fish too. Erceflora Probibears came at the right time for us. We are in darn need of probiotics to help Coco strengthen his immunity, especially now that he just got sick. Thank God he loved it so much, as if he is just eating milk chocolate. It’s a 5-star for him! I just need help in telling him that he could only consume 1 per day. yikes!

Let’s be honest, most children would prefer a meal consisting of fried chicken nuggets with a side of fries from a fastfood place to one with rice, meat and vegetables from a home kitchen.

Sadly, our favorite fastfood items are loaded with fat, carbohydrates and little to no fiber. Kids and adults alike need to eat foods that are rich in fiber for good stomach health.

Good stomach bacteria have been found to protect against different diseases and conditions, including constipation, diarrhea and flatulence.

Mothers have been hearing a lot about probiotics for kids. Probiotics are food products that contain enough live bacteria to change the composition of the consumer’s gut bacteria, and have the potential for health benefits.

Probiotics are live microorganisms that help maintain the balance of good and bad bacteria in the digestive tract. A human digestive tract has about 100 trillion healthy bacteria. Bacteria aids in digestion and helps the body defend itself against illness. Probiotics are foods or supplements that strengthen immunity and help protect you and your family from common colds and flu.

Every person needs a balance of good bacteria in the body but this balance is easily upset by a number of factors such as a poor diet, stress or by taking antibiotics and other medication.

Probiotics can be found naturally in foods such as yogurt, whole grains, bananas, leafy green vegetables, onions, garlic and soybeans. The amount and quality of probiotics these foods may not be enough. Probiotics can also be added to some foods and are available as dietary supplements.

Erceflora ProbiBears is a yummy tummy supplement with the combined 2-in-1 PROBIO-BOOSTER of not just Lactobacillus acidophilus, but also Bifidobacterium lactis – good bacteria that help prevent gut problems such as diarrhea, upset stomach and other digestive illnesses.

Lactobacillus is good bacteria that are present in a lot of food. A study has shown that Lactobacillus is an effective treatment against infant colic and even helps improve immunity. Bifidobacterium, on the other hand, eases digestive issues such as bloating and flatulence.

ProbiBears, from the makers of the World’s #1 Probiotic, are yummy chewable bears that kids will love. Erceflora ProbiBears is the 2-in-1 Probiotic Supplement (Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium) that will help improve your child’s digestion.DSCF8155
Erceflora ProbiBears is available at select Mercury Drug and South Star Drug branches for only Php540 SRP per Box of 20s.

Erceflora Probibears Unboxing:

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4 Responses to Make kids’ tummies happier with this 2-in-1 supplement

  1. Anee says:

    I’ve seen this around but haven’t gotten around to getting it for my kids yet, but your post convinced me to look into it more. 🙂

    • WanderWoMom says:

      Hi Anee! Yes try it for your kids. I’m not sure, but I noticed my son’s appetite change. He is more matakaw now, and that’s what we just recently added in his diet.

  2. Jareds_mum says:

    Been interested to try this ever since I saw some mum friends posting about the product on Instagram. I also believe that a healthy gut is essential so our little ones can get all the nutrients and minerals their growing bodies need. To date, I am still waiting for my free samples and I am looking forward to receive them and try it with my little man!

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