Each baby is so different. Even my three- having all come from the same mother and father are completely different in their make-up, strengths, weaknesses, preferences, etc. One thing that I think every mother has in common is that they want to keep their baby healthy and happy. Isn’t that why we try to sneak vegetables into mac and cheese and give in on that toy on the checkout aisle? We all want the same thing: a happy and healthy baby.
We struggled with eczema with Hamp, acid reflux with Sophie and so far, nothing worth mentioning with Weston (thank goodness). Did you know that 9.6 million children under the age of 18 have eczema (National Eczema Org) or that there are at least two children with food allergies in nearly every U.S. Kindergarten class (FARE)? The rate of obesity doubles by the time a child grows from a toddler to a teen and over one million children have type 1 diabetes in the U.S. These are very alarming statistics. I truly believe that so many of these issues can be fixed in the first few months of life.
I chose to breastfeed my babies (and am currently breastfeeding Weston), however, I know not all women are able to do this and some choose not to. Do whatever works for you and your baby. One thing that I am blessed to be able to give my baby is the probiotic benefits of Evivo. Evivo is a probiotic designed to work with a mother’s breastmilk and is the only baby probiotic that is clinically proven to restore a baby’s gut microbiome to its original, natural state. This special probiotic is designed to transform special carbohydrates found in breast milk to promote the growth of B. infantis which defends from potentially harmful bacteria linked to eczema, allergies, diabetes and obesity. I feel good knowing that I am setting my baby up for a healthy, long life.
I do give my other two kids probiotics and I am so thankful to be able to give Weston some now, too! They are so beneficial and I feel really good about the nutrients he is consuming during his first year of life.
Here are some other ways you can keep your baby healthy and happy:
Interact with them as often as you can.
Take them to regular check-ups.
Give your breast fed baby Evivo probiotics.
Feed them fruits and vegetables.
Love them unconditionally and pray for them continuously.