Breast Milk and Baby’s Microbiome

Breast Milk and Baby’s Microbiome

 

 Where Does the Baby's Microbiome Come From?

BREAST MILK AND BABY’S MICROBIOME

It was identified that maternal microbes contribute to a baby's gut colonisation through the colostrum (1).

 

Breast Milk for Establishment of the Baby's Gut Microbiome.

BREAST MILK IS ESSENTIAL FOR THE BABY'S GUT MICROBIOME
After birth, breast milk modulates the infant gut microbiota by providing factors that selectively promote the growth of specific microbes, such as bifidobacteria (2). Furthermore, there are data that suggest microbes exist in breast milk and that they are the repeating colonising inoculum to the neonatal gut (3, 4).
 

 Probiotics Are safe.

SAFE FOR PREGNANT AND LACTATING WOMEN
Probiotics do not appear to pose any safety concerns for pregnant and lactating women in recent studies (5).
 
 

Which Probiotic Is the Best? (Our Recommendations)

for pregnant women, try culturelle health and wellness vegetarian. Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG is confirmed in a human clinical trial including pregnant women. Also Good for cold, dental caries, diarrhea, and atopic dermatitis.
For babies, try Mommy's Bliss Baby Probiotic Drops.
Related Products: For All Women, RepHresh Pro-B Probiotic Feminine Supplement, Lactobacillus rhamnosus GR-1 and Lactobacillus reuteri RC-14 showed benefits on vaginal health.
 
 
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