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What Are The Benefits of Probiotics For Kids?

What are the benefits of probiotics for kids?

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Have you been wondering whether you should give your children probiotics and it’s benefits?

Perhaps you’ve been worrying about your child’s immunity or your child has a limited diet and is a fussy eater.  

Dr Kate Steed, from Optibac Probiotics, joins me on the show to talk about the benefits of probiotics and the science behind how it works.

We discussed benefits of probiotics for:

  • babies
  • school aged children
  • breastfeeding women
  • pregnancy
  • acute diarrhoea

 

OptiBac Probiotics

Please note that below are affiliate links and recommendations of products that I use and recommend to my clients.

If your child has a medical condition then please discuss the use of probiotics with your dietitian or doctor.
 

Stay tuned for the corresponding blog post which will cover all about the various probiotics that I use in my clinical practice.

Would you like to know whether you can manipulate your child’s diet to reduce their bloating and tummy pain?

Grab my gut friendly tips if you are looking for:

  • tips on the most effective ways to manage bloating without depriving your kids of their favourite foods
  • what to give your child to optimise their diet, bloating and poop
  • Easy food swaps to minimise bloating
  • Plus, you’ll get an email a day for four days with further tips and advice

 

About your podcast host

Bahee Van de Bor is a registered paediatric dietitian with 12 years of clinical experience at a world renowned children’s hospital.  Her practice is at Harley Street.  During the coronavirus pandemic if you need advice and support from a children’s dietitian who has over 15 years working with children, then book an initial call to apply for her programs here.

 

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