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Probiotics for Infants

A baby’s gut contains no bacteria at birth. A newborn’s microbiome starts to get colonized during birth and every day after. Baby probiotics are good bacteria that support infant digestive health, a healthy immune system, and healthy intestinal function. Babies get probiotics from their mothers during vaginal birth and breastfeeding. They also get them from their environment and what they eat and drink. Breast milk probiotics can also depend on the mother’s nutrition status.

A baby’s gut contains no bacteria at birth. A newborn’s microbiome starts to get colonized during birth and every day after. Baby probiotics are good bacteria that support infant digestive health, a healthy immune system, and healthy intestinal function. Babies get probiotics from their mothers during vaginal birth and breastfeeding. They also get them from their environment and what they eat and drink. Breast milk probiotics can also depend on the mother’s nutrition status.


As babies get older, they may benefit from infant probiotic supplements even if they are breastfed infants. ProBiota Infant is a powdered probiotic that is designed for infants 6 months and older. Your healthcare provider may recommend starting them sooner.


Learn more about the benefits of probiotics and ProBiota Infant


Explore Seeking Health’s other probiotics, including probiotics for pregnancy, probiotics for women, and general probiotic supplements. Check out this Probiotic Comparison Chart to better understand each product in our probiotic line.


Seeking Health supplements meet or exceed the FDA cGMP manufacturing standards, are gluten-free, and are non-GMO. Ask your pediatrician about gut health benefits for your little one.

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