Feed Evivo once a day, every day.
Since each baby is unique, choose the best way to feed Evivo. What’s most important is finding the method and consistency that works best for you and your baby.
Mix 1 sachet into breast milk, formula, or solids. Feed immediately. Discard leftovers.
|Amount of breast milk or formula per sachet
|Spoon, oral syringe, or medicine dispenser pacifier
|1 tsp (approx. 5 mL)
|Directly from finger, nipple, or pacifier
|5-10 drops (for paste)
|Single feeding amount or 2 oz
Suggested amounts are to help with consistency.
Preterm, immunocompromised, or baby with known allergies? Please consult your physician before using Evivo.
- Give Evivo at the start of a feeding so baby is likely to swallow more of it.
- It’s ok if baby doesn’t finish everything during a single feeding, still discard the rest.
- For best results, mix with room temperature or warm breast milk, formula or solids. Some sediment is expected.
- Hold or sit baby semi-upright, supporting the upper back and neck – just as if feeding a bottle. Don’t tip head back – this can make it harder to swallow.
- For infants who can’t tolerate a 3 – 5 ml volume in one feeding, consider making the thin paste.
Frequently Asked Questions
Your baby’s health is your priority, so you likely have questions. You can contact us directly at (844) 436-8486 or email@example.com, or search our FAQs for an answer.
For your convenience, there are several ways to feed your baby Evivo. What’s most important is finding the method and consistency that works best for you and your baby.
Mix 1 sachet into breast milk, formula, or solids. Feed immediately. Discard leftovers. If mixing with breast milk or formula, we’ve provided suggested amounts to mix with 1 sachet to help with consistency.
1) Directly from finger, nipple or pacifier – 5 to 10 drops (for paste)
2) Pour directly into bottle – Single feeding amount or 2 oz
3) Spoon, oral syringe, or medicine dispenser pacifier – 1 tsp (approx. 5 mL)
Consider making the thin paste for infants who can’t tolerate a 3 – 5 ml volume in one feeding.
Breast milk contains important nutrients called Human Milk Oligosaccharides (HMOs) intended to feed a specific bacteria, B. infantis. Evivo contains B. infantis EVC001, the good gut bacteria that digest HMOs.
B. infantis EVC001 captures and consumes HMOs to thrive and colonize the gut to promote the colonization of good bacteria, then releases signaling molecules that help guide immune function.
Yes. Evivo is for babies fed any amount of breast milk and can be mixed with formula, breast milk, or solids.
You can start feeding your baby Evivo immediately once they begin consuming breast milk.
Research has identified hundreds of types of bacteria, and many are sold as probiotics for your baby, but many do not have an explainable process that describes how it works inside the body. That’s why Evivo is different.
With Evivo, baby can digest important breast milk nutrients called HMOs (Human Milk Oligosaccharides). While other probiotics pass through, the good bacteria (B. infantis EVC001) in Evivo captures and consumes HMOs to thrive and colonize within the gut. With up to 80% of our immune system in the gut, establishing a healthy gut microbiome is key to supporting immune function.
Learn more about what matters when choosing a probiotic for baby, and how Evivo works.
Evivo is safe to store at room temperature. You may notice that our packaging mentions placing Evivo in the freezer. But because each sachet is now specially designed to protect against temperature fluctuations, air, moisture, and light, Evivo can now be stored on the counter or in the pantry.
Babies take time to adapt to changes in their microbiomes, especially when introducing new products or transitioning from one probiotic to another. During this period, it is normal for their digestive systems to undergo changes — Evivo is filling their belly with good bacteria.
The adjustment period can take up to 2 weeks. Baby’s stool should be soft, but frequency may decrease, and the color can vary depending on age and diet. In general, any shade of brown, yellow, orange, or green are normal. If baby’s stool is hard or pebble-like, they may be constipated, and we would recommend parents contact their healthcare provider.