💔 Parents' heartache when the child is unwell
A sick child makes an unhappy and miserable child with poor academic performance. As parents, it is frustrating to see our child unwell. Children have to stay at home when they are down with sickness.
A simple solution to help your child feel good?
Research has shown that for children aged 3 - 5 years, daily supplementation of probiotic for 6 months is a safe and effective method in reducing fever and cough.
Most of us might not think too much about their immune system unless we are sick. However, do you know that 70-80% of your immune system spend most of its time in your digestive system? When your gut bacteria is imbalance, so is your immune system. In fact, the "good bacteria" (Probiotics) and "bad bacteria" are competing constantly in the gut.
How to BOOST your Kid's Immunity?
What are probiotics and prebiotics?
➡ Probiotics are live "friendly" bacteria that feed on prebiotics.
➡ Prebiotic are non-digestible foods, mainly fibers that support the growth of good bacteria.
Safeguard your child's happiness today!
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