Help your baby establish and maintain a healthy gut by supplementing with Bioflora’s Infantiforte.

All babies are born completely sterile. A baby's gut microbiota is established during the first few months of life. After this period, the microbiota remains remarkably stable,
only to be upset by powerful antibiotics, poor eating habits and stress during a person's lifetime.
Infantiforte is specifically formulated to address and replenish the natural flora in infants, and should be used on a daily basis as prophylactic product
to replenish the natural occurring flora in their Gastro Intestinal tract.

This product only contains Bifidobacterium infantis, this is the predominant strain needed for infants until they go onto a solid food diet when the ecology of flora will then change.

Did you know that up to 10% of an individual’s daily energy needs can be derived from the by-products of the beneficial bacteria in our gut?

Infantiforte is a probiotic supplement that supports optimal gut health in infants from 0 to 12 months.

Infantiforte restores a baby’s natural microflora and is recommended for infants between 0 – 12 months.
It can be used to treat diarrhea, disturbances which are associated with antibiotic therapy, oral thrush, food allergies, lactose intolerance and nappy rash.

Probiotics benefit the digestive system, by helping digest food, destroying disease-causing microorganisms, and producing vitamins.

Ensure your baby enjoys a healthy gut and all the benefits that goes with it with Infantiforte probiotic supplement.

60% of vaginal births will give infants their first probiotic inoculation of Bifidus Infantis while only 1% of caesarean births will do the same.

.Supplement baby’s probiotic inoculation with Bioflora’s Infantiforte probiotic

A 2004 study gave infants aged 33 months B.lactis or S.thermophilus for 201 days. The infants who received the probiotics showed a lower frequency of colic and needed f
ewer antibiotics compared to the control group.

Probiotics have many proven benefits and numerous studies have indicated that probiotics are helpful in decreasing lactose intolerance.



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