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Garden of Life RAW Organic Probiotic Kids, 96g Powder
- For Kids Age 3 Months and Older
- Supports Digestive Health
- Supports Immune System
- Raw, gluten free, no soy allergens, no binders, no fillers, no carriers
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Size: 3.4 oz(96 g)
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Here is a side-by-side comparison of ten leading kids’ probiotic supplements: InnovixLabs Chewable Probiotic, Culturelle Kids Packets, Hyperbiotics PRO-Kids, RenewLife Ultimate Flora Kids Probiotics, Rainbow Light Probiolicious Probiotic Gummies, Nature’s Way Primadophilus Kids, Garden of Life Raw Probiotics Kids, Digestive Advantage Kids Probiotic Gummies, Florastor Kids, and Happybiotics Children’s Probiotics.
Probiotics are very popular with adults. But they may be more important for infants, toddlers, and kids. Why? Because proper probiotic exposure during the early childhood years determines health throughout life.
Infants get hundreds of species of bacteria from mothers during natural birth and then through breastfeeding. After that, we get more from the environment (mostly from dirt and pets). There is a reason why toddlers crawling around on the floor put everything in their mouths – it is seeding the gut.
Kids growing up in homes with pets have been shown to have fewer allergies because pets bring home a number of probiotic bacteria on their fur and feet, which the kids eventually consume.
Having a rich diversity of gut bacteria gives the child’s immune system a wider sense of familiarity with the environment. This helps the immune system relax when a child inhales pollen or eats peanuts, shrimp, or other allergenic foods.
By age three, our probiotic fingerprints become established.
Children born via C-section, then fed formula, or given antibiotics, and raised in pet-less, ultra clean homes have poor gut bacterial diversity. With poor gut bacteria diversity, a child’s immune system is always on high alert.Read more ›
Pros - The serving size for my kid is smaller in this brand than the Garden of Life, so each bottle lasts longer before needing to be ordered again. Probably makes each serving a little cheaper.
- The flavor is very mild and my child doesn't mind it at all. I mix this in with other liquid vitamins and he doesn't make any discernment between this one or the other
Con - My biggest problem with Child Life's is that it does not dissolve or mix into his drink at all. After he drinks the whole sippy there are still little globs everywhere on the inside of the cup. No amount of shaking seems to get it mixed in. I keep adding his water for the rest of the day so that eventually he gets it all.
Garden Of Life:
Pros - It is raw. Raw vitamins and probiotics are going to be better for you than non-raw, in my opinion.
- The flavor is not offensive and my child does not mind it or discern it from the Child Life.
- It dissolves and mixes in easily. The first glass of vitamin juice and it's gone.
Con - The serving size is a little larger than Child Life and I think it might be a little more expensive per serving but I don't mind.
Overall I prefer the Garden of Life and will be buy that one again once the Child Life runs out.
They were sent to me in a bubble envelope and left in my mailbox...it's been in the 90's where I live. Pretty sure any probiotics are now dead.
Secondly, when I opened the package, the lid seal was broken and there were crystals exposed. (See pictures)
I'm just going to go to my local health food store and spend the extra money for some quality control!
Out of the 96 grams you buy, only about 5 are actual probiotic strains. The rest are the raw organic fruits and vegetables and inulin.
I would rather spend my money on whole fruits and veggies and buy a probiotic supplement that's just probiotics (there are a few on the market, one that I have looked into and am considering lately is Organic GUTPro). The only difficulty with buying a supplement such as the one mentioned is that the dosages have to be TINY to make sure you don't upset their little stomachs (1/64th of a teaspoon delivers 12.5 billion CFUs as opposed to 3/4 teaspoon of Garden of Life's, which delivers 5 billion CFUs).
Hope this helps.
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awesome product! people complaining about it needing to be refrigerated, it doesn't HAVE to be. It says store somewhere at 70 degrees or lower. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Nikki
Are child 2.6 start eat different shapes food we and get great appetite.Hightly recommend for y'all kids!!Published 2 days ago by Davy M.
This stuff is great but it's supposed to be refrigerated, if they mailed it with an ice pack I would give it 5 starsPublished 9 days ago by Danielle Velardo
This product requires cool temperatures for storage, but arrived unrefrigerated on a 90 degree day.Published 16 days ago by D. Lebron
This is a great probiotic for kids. I really like that it is pure and organic. It also has added nutrients for my kid's growth and development. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Teenie Nickel
I think this helped my son, but it hardened in the jar and I have to scrape it out now to use it and it is a pain.Published 26 days ago by Erin
I love this powder probiotics product. We have purchased it a few times and my girls love taking the measuring spoon and adding their own vitamins into their breakfast. Read morePublished 1 month ago by catlover