Research is beginning to show that one of the most important ways to support your child’s health is to start from the inside out – with their gut. Friendly bacteria can be an easy addition to their daily routine to boost their gut health, which in turn impacts their digestion, immune health, skin health and mental wellbeing.
The balance of the gut microbiome is very important, and a child’s population of friendly bacteria can be easily disrupted. In fact, the childhood years can be a very challenging time for the microbiome. Factors such as school, stress, high sugar & low fibre diet, medications/antibiotics, and busy lifestyles can all impact your child’s microbiome composition and reduce levels of friendly bacteria. So, giving your children friendly bacteria can provide them with that extra support they may need in the hustle and bustle of daily life.
Baba West Kidskalm is a natural dietary supplement that has been specifically formulated for children aged 12 months and older. Each amazing tasteless and easily dissolvable sachet contains 6 billion friendly bacteria from one of the world’s most researched strains – Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG (LGG)* – which has been clinically proven to be safe and are naturally present in a healthy child’s gut microbiome.
Kidskalm also contains added natural fibre, which acts as a food source for your child’s gut microbiome, helping to keep their microbes healthy and happy.
– 6 billion friendly bacteria (per sachet)
– Contains Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG (LGG)* – one of the world’s most clinically studied strains
– Added natural fibre
– Vegan Society Approved
– Natural and safe bacterial strains
– Suitable for vegans and gluten free diets
– No need to refrigerate
Is this a Probiotic?
You can call it what you like, but the Advertising Standards Authority has ruled that the word "probiotic" is a health claim, so we can no longer describe products containing bacteria like this to be probiotics.
Is this a Prebiotic?
We think "prebiotic" is a useful description for substances that the gut's friendly bacteria feed on. Prebiotics are not claimed to have a direct effect on human health themselves.