Floradapt Baby Colic

CLINICAL STRAINS™ TARGETING BABY COLIC

Floradapt™ Baby Colic is a patented probiotic with clinically demonstrated effect in reduction of excessive crying due to infant colic. Its formulation contains two clinical strains and there have been two published clinical trials (randomized, double-blind, placebo controlled design).

Floradapt’s Baby Colic formula contains two unique strains of Pediococcus pentosaceus and Bifidobacterium longum. Unique mechanism of action: promotes the positive microbiota (Bifidobacterium and Lactic Acid), Homofermentative metabolism strains selected for Baby Colic do not produce CO2, efficacy demonstrated in breast-feeding and formula-feeding infants; reduced crying-time by more than 60% after only 2 weeks.

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