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About a month ago, my daughter began complaining of a stomach ache. This, of course, after her brothers already had a bout with it. Because if one has it, they’ll all have it. Though theirs was nothing like this. It turned out to be the stomach bug that wouldn’t leave her alone. Just when we thought it was over, it reared it’s ugly head once again.
It was the stomach bug that almost ruined Christmas. But it didn’t. Santa is stronger than that!
Nonetheless, through all this we recently learned about Culturelle® Kids Probiotic.
Culturelle is the #1 pediatrician recommended probiotic brandâ€ . In chewable tablets that are sugar, dairy, and gluten free, it supports kids’ immune and digestive systems while contributing to their overall health.* In doing so, it helps reduce and alleviate occasional digestive upset in kids, including diarrhea or general discomfort while also helping to restore the natural balance of good bacteria in your child’s digestive tract.* In fact, Culturelle with Lactobacillus GG safely helps populate your child’s intestinal tract with good bacteria to support their natural defenses and general well being.*
It’s the worst feeling in the world when your child isn’t their self. You want nothing more than to see them playing, smiling, laughing. You want your happy child back, bouncing off the walls with their wild imaginations. Depending on the age and situation, it can be something they can’t fully explain so you don’t even know how to help.
We went through a month of ups and downs, mostly because she seemed perfectly fine one moment then upset the nextâ€¦
That’s why my kids are now Culturelle Kids! We’ve used it in the past, but it’s become a part of our daily routine. Look here to find Culturelle in a store near you!
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â€ Based on a 2014 survey among pediatricians recommending a probiotic brand.
* 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.