3 questions to learn if your baby's gut is healthy.
Something's missing. Find out if your baby is one of 9 out of 10 infants that are MISSING B. infantis — the key good bacteria that protects newborns as they develop and grow.
You or your baby were born via C-section, which means you or your baby did not come in direct contact with mom’s beneficial gut bacteria. This good bacteria helps develop a healthy gut microbiome in your baby and could have long-term health benefits.45, 46, 48
You or your baby were given antibiotics which eliminated both the good bacteria (like B. infantis) and bad bacteria (like Group B Strep) in your gut.4, 49
Your baby poops more than 5X a day. The amount your baby poops is a visible signal of “good” vs. “bad” bacteria in the baby’s gut. Babies with more good bacteria have fewer loose poops as they are better able to absorb all the nutrients from breast milk. The more loose stools that baby’s bottom comes into contact with, the more the skin can be irritated leading to diaper rash.27, 50
Try the Evivo Starter Kit and get your baby’s gut off to a healthy, happy start from Day 1.
Copy & paste code to apply at checkout. Offer expires 12/31/2019
If you'd like to start this conversation with your pediatrician, visit Ask Your Pediatrician.
Get the latest updates.
Notify me when available