Erceflora ProbiBears mommy’s 2-in-1 Probiotic Supplement for her kids
Stomachaches are one of the worst aches a child can experience. Kids tend to have a higher risk of getting digestive health-related diseases such as diarrhea and constipation from harmful bacteria.
Stomachaches do not just bring discomfort but alters the child’s mood for the day, bringing emotional stress to the parents seeing how their children are suffering from such discomfort.
Experts say probiotics may help ease your child’s digestive disorders and make potty training more manageable
1 What are probiotics? Probiotics are live microorganisms that help maintain the balance of good and bad bacteria in the digestive tract.It works like this: A human digestive tract has about 100 trillion healthy bacteria. Bacteria aid in digestion and help the body defend itself against illness
2 .Probiotics can aid with immunity and help protect you from common colds and flu. Children can get probiotics from eating yogurt and beverages that contain probiotics.
It’s a good thing there is Erceflora ProbiBears, a yummy tummy supplement with the combined 2-in-1 PROBIO-BOOSTER of not just Lactobacillus acidophilus, but also Bifidobacterium lactis – good bacteria that help prevent gut problems such as diarrhea, upset stomach, and other digestive illnesses to help keep kids happy and healthy everyday. It also has a longer shelf life 4 .
From the makers of theWorld’s #1 Probiotic, ProbiBears will reassure moms that their kids stay healthy in the tummy!
Moreover, their kids will love it because it comes in fun and yummy chewable bears!
Erceflora ProbiBears is the 2-in-1 Probiotic Supplement (Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium) that will help improve your child’s digestion.
Erceflora ProbiBears will be available in Mercury Drug by June for only Php540SRP per Box of 20s.
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