This is a sponsored post for Culturelle®. All opinions are mine.
Summer is long gone, along with all those fun memories of swimming, new experiences and fun places we’ve visited. With school in full swing, its back to filled book bags, cute outfits (see below!) and doing what I can to keep my kids feeling good each and every day they head to class!
If you’d like to do more than hope for the best, though, make sure kids are at their best with Culturelle® Kids Probiotic. Since 70 percent of our immune system lives in our digestive tract, a healthy and balanced digestive system plays a vital role in strengthening our overall health and well being. Available in chewables and packets so they’re easy for kids to take, Culturelle® Kids Probiotic supports the body’s natural defenses, starting in the digestive tract.*
As the only probiotic with 100% Lactobacillus GG, the most clinically studied strainâ€ â€ , Culturelle® Kids Probiotic is a great start to help keep kids feeling like kids because tummy issues can really ruin a day and keep kids out of the classroom. In fact, Culturelle® Kids is also the #1 Pediatrician recommended probiotic brandâ€ and carries the Good Housekeeping seal.
My kids started taking Culturelle® Kids Probiotic Chewables back in February after my daughter spent months complaining of tummy aches. We haven’t had a complaint since, and had a great summer and a great start to the school year!
So many happy smiles!
Culturelle® Kids Probiotic Chewables and Packets are available online. They are also available at all major food retailers and drug retailers, including Wal-Mart, Target, CVS, Walgreens and Rite-Aid. Be sure to follow Culturelle® on Facebook and Twitter.
* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Culturelle® used under license by i-Health, Inc.
â€ Based on a 2014 survey among pediatricians recommending a probiotic brand.
â€ â€ Based on the number of Lactobacillus GG clinical studies, as of May 2015.