MegaFlora Kids Probiotic
MegaFlora Kids is a high-quality probiotic with 5 billion active bacteria from 14 unique and clinically tested non-competing strains per capsule. It is designed for children from age 5 and older, but MegaFlora Kids can also be taken by everyone in the family. MegaFlora Kids contains only clinically tested strains.
- Specially developed probiotic for children from age 5
- 5 billion active bacteria bacteria per capsule
- 14 non-competing strains that survive the acidic environment of the stomach
- Laboratory tested free of gluten, dairy, soy, GMO, glyphosate, pesticides, herbicides and magnesium stearate
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MegaFlora Kids Probiotic
MegaFlora Kids Probiotic is a probiotic supplement for children. Each capsule contains 5 billion active bacteria from 14 unique and clinically tested non-competing strains. The bacterial cultures in MegaFlora Kids Probiotic are well-known lactic acid bacteria recommended for children from age 5. MegaFlora Kids Probiotic can also be taken by adults as the strains in MegaFlora KidsProbiotic occur naturally in the adult intestinal flora as well. MegaFlora Kids Probiotic contains beneficial bacterial strains that are naturally present in the intestinal tract. MegaFlora Kids is completely dairy-free.
MegaFlora Kids Probiotic contains the strain Lactobacillus rhamnosus. Research shows that this strain has good effects on children with stomach and intestinal problems. Lactobacillus rhamnosus has also been shown to reduce the risk of respiratory infections in children.
The strains in this powerful probiotic supplement are well-known and recommended for children from the age of five. These bacteria are part of the normal intestinal flora and are considered good intestinal bacteria. This probiotic supplement contains healthy active bacteria that can be used regularly all year round or periodically when traveling for instance.
Several different probiotic strains
Taking several different probiotic strains is positive because different strains have different properties and thrive in the different acidity environments found in the gastrointestinal tract. The intestinal mucosa is renewed regularly and needs several types of active bacteria.
Probiotics designed to be taken regularly with food
This probiotic is designed to be taken regularly throughout the year. It should be taken with food and stored in the refrigerator.
Probiotics and antibiotics
There are times when antibiotics are necessary. However, antibiotics reduce the overall diversity of the gut microbiota. Antibiotics also disrupt the balance that exists between the various species in the gut flora. In addition, antibiotics cause a decrease in species diversity, which can lead to the overgrowth of pathogenic bacteria and the overgrowth of fungi and Candida.
If antibiotics are needed, the daily dose of the probiotics should be doubled two weeks before starting the antibiotics, during the antibiotics and three to four weeks after the antibiotic treatment is over. Then return to the recommended daily dose.
Probiotics should be taken with food and as far away from the time of day taking the antibiotic. If you take antibiotics three times a day with meals, take probiotics together with an extra snack during the day, spread out as far away from the time of day that the antibiotic is ingested.
There are several high-quality randomized, placebo-controlled studies showing that probiotics reduce the negative side effects as well as infections in the gastrointestinal tract caused by antibiotics. In a study, patients who received antibiotics were also given probiotics or placebo (ineffective placebo capsules). 34% of those who received ineffective placebo capsules experienced antibiotic-related diarrhea while only 12% of those who received probiotics experienced diarrhea. 17% of those who received the ineffective placebo capsules experienced diarrhea from the severe intestinal pathogen Clostridium difficile, while none of those who received probiotics experienced these symptoms.
Start with probiotics a couple of weeks before you start taking antibiotics, during the antibiotic treatment and three to four weeks after the antibiotic treatment is over.
Store in the refrigerator
This probiotics is a refrigerated item that must be placed in a refrigerator as soon as you receive it. However, the active bacteria survives transportation within the EU, even at room temperature.
|Amount per serving|
|Live bacteria from a broad spectrum of 14 strains||20 billion|
Microcrystalline cellulose, hypromellose (cellulose), l-leucine, silicon dioxide.
1 capsule daily with food. If you find it difficult to swallow the capsule, it can be opened, and its content can be sprinkled on cold food or into cold drinks that should be consumed immediately.
Do not exceed suggested dosage. Keep out of the reach of children. Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a balanced diet and healthy lifestyle. Store tightly sealed in the refrigerator. Do not expose food supplements to direct sunlight, heat or humidity. Manufactured in the U.S.