I am always looking for ways to keep my children as healthy as possible. We try to eat a real food diet and we use supplements. Over cold & flu season, I am especially consistent with trying to boost our immune systems. UpSpring Probiotic & Colostrum promotes healthy digestion and a strong immune system.
UpSpring is a mom-founded and mom-run company. Since 2005, UpSpring has empowered parents by making all-natural products based on true science that solve real problems. Their innovative products help moms find solutions to every day health and wellness challenges of babies and young children. UpSpring provides “more fun, less worry”.
More About UpSpring’s Probiotic + Colostrum
Sold at Target and Walgreen’s, UpSpring’s Probiotic + Colostrum
is an all-natural product which can help reduce digestive issues like constipation, gas and diarrhea. It can also help boost your little one’s immune system. It is made for babies and children 4 months to 2 years old. UpSpring’s product features six probiotic strains as well as pre-biotics. Each serving contains 5 billion active cultures.
Each package can be served in a cold drink or food and it must be consumed immediately. The powder is flavorless, so it’s a great way to sneak it in if need be! There are no artificial ingredients, it is gluten free, and Non-GMO. You can read more about the benefits of UpSpring Probiotic + Colostrum below:
What We Think:
I have struggled with getting Ellia to take probiotics in the past. She is still nursing at 20 months old, but I like to give her an extra immune boost in the winter months. I’ve been able to mix the flavorless powder in cool oatmeal or in her water and she doesn’t notice a difference. It doesn’t add a gritty consistency like some of the other powders I’ve tried. Overall, I feel like it’s benefited her health quite a bit.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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