FedEx Overnight shipping with an ice pack and cooler (no PO boxes allowed) is require to ensure maximum stability of this product.
Your order will typically ship Monday - Wednesday to reduce transit time since most carriers do not deliver over the weekend.
Refrigerated products are non-refundable and cannot be returned.
L. rhamnosus increases colonic B. breve populations and promotes healthy bifidobacteria diversity in infants. L. rhamnosus is important for the normal maturation of an infant’s immune system.
L. casei is critical for the proper differentiation of immune dendritic cells as the infant’s immune system learns to distinguish between harmless antigens and toxins and pathogens. It increases the number of intestinal cells secreting IgA. L. casei contains enzymes that facilitate the break down of milk proteins and polypeptides as well as gluten.
L. gasseri is native to the human gut and normally present in human breast milk. It produces hydrogen peroxide and bateriocins inhibitory to Clostridium, Listeria, and Enterococcus.
L. paracasei produces high amounts of L(+)-lactic acid and antagonizes pathogens such as rotavirus, Staphylococcus aureus, and Clostridium difficile
L. salivarius normally colonizes the intestinal tract, enhances calcium absorption, and promotes normal intestinal barrier function. Bifidobacterium Species
Specific Bifidobacterium species are normally predominant in an infant’s gut microflora and constitute 95% of the anaerobic bacteria cultured from the stool of healthy, breast-fed infants. Ther-Biotic Infant Formula contains species that are appropriate to an infant’s gastrointestinal tract. Bifidobacteria ferment an array of oligosaccharides including those found in breast milk generating the vital short-chain fatty acids such as butyrate, which are essential to healthy colon maturation and function.
B. breve promotes growth of B cells in Peyer’s patches in the ileum. It antagonizes rotavirus and reduces intestinal populations of anaerobic Bacteroides and Clostridium.
B. infantis is normally found in infants and its presence reduces the risk of necrotizing enterocolitis in premature or low birth weight babies.
B. lactis enhances normal immune function by increasing numbers of total, helper, and activated T cells. It modifies gut microflora to support against allergic inflammation and Increases IgA response to toxins
B. bifidum suppresses total and allergen-specific IgE secretion and its populations are often low in infants with allergies.
B. longum regulates the immune response to respiratory antigens and inhibits neutrophil elastase, which is important to normal innate immune functions.
|Each Serving Contains||Amount per Serving||% of Daily Value|
|Probiotic Blend||10+ billion CFUs||62 mg|
|Lactobacillus speciesLactobacillus species||5.0+ billion CFUs||*|
|Bifidobacterium species||5.0+ billion CFUs||*|
|* Percent of Daily Value Not Established|
Free of the following common allergens: milk/casein, eggs, fish, shellfish, tree nuts, peanuts, wheat, gluten, and soybeans. Contains no artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives