Expiry date: 31/03/2024 (LIMITED QUANTITY)
Limits new-borns abdominal cramps
- 2 probiotic types: 1 billion probiotic cells guaranteed per dose
- Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG + Lactobacillus reuteri
The PEDIAKID Colicillus Bébé Reuteri+ contains two types of probiotics, carefully selected for their benefits, proven by multiple scientific studies conducted on new-borns.
Dietary supplement made with two types of lactic ferments (Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG et Lactobacillus reuteri).
The intestinal flora hosts 50% of natural defences and plays a major role in the digestion. Babies’ intestinal flora is still immature and can be sensitive to various issues (antibiotic intake, change in diet, virus) leading to abdominal discomfort (diarrea). Probiotics are strongly advised to new-borns as they strengthen the endogenic flora.
This dietary supplement contains 2 types of probiotics, Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG et Lactobacillus reuteri LR02, selected for their effectiveness. Provide 1 billion probiotic cells daily to children.
Gluten-free. Lactose-free. GMO-Free. Allergen-free. Do not contain preservatives or flavours.
8ml bottle with measuring syringe – neutral flavour
Store at room temperature after opening.
For the 1st time using this product: screw the cap (even after the plastic ring breaks) to free the powder into the bottle. Shake well to mix. Unscrew and replace the cap by the syringe.
Following use: shake the flask gently before use. Pull 0.5ml of product out using the syringe. Can be taken pure (directly in the mouth or using a spoon) or blended with a drink (temperature should not exceed 37°C.).
To be stored in a fridge after 1st opening and used within 20 days.
15-day treatment, 1 dose per day. Suitable for new-born and toddlers.
Warnings: To be stored out of children reach, protected from heat and humidity. To be associated with a balanced and healthy diet. It is strongly advised to not exceed the recommended daily dose. Best used before the expiration date.
|Informations nutritionnelles moyennes||Pour 1 dose (0,5 ml)|
|Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG||500 millions ufc*|
|Lactobacillus reuteri LR02||500 millions ufc*|