Media Coverage

Breastfeeding, Probiotics, and Your Baby’s Immune System

Breastfeeding greatly benefits your baby’s immune system.

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Evivo™ Gains Health Canada Approval, Providing First International Expansion Opportunity

DAVIS, Calif., Oct.

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5 Ways To Power Boost Your Breast Milk

It’s true: Breast milk is quite the superfood. What other form of nutrition automatically changes with baby’s needs and comes absolutely free? But even Mother Nature’s genius can be improved upon now and again.

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7 Ways to Maximize the Power of Breast Milk

Breast milk is the best thing you can feed your baby, but what can moms do to make it even better? Proper nutrition and storing breast milk correctly can make a difference.

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Your Baby’s Gut Microbiome: What It Is & How to Protect It

Your baby is the cutest little thing you’ve ever seen—and she’s covered with bacteria. Don’t worry, everyone is! Your microbiome is the collection of tiny organisms that live all over us.

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5 ways to boost your breastfeeding experience

Breastfeeding offers the best source of nutrients during the first year of your baby's life. That's why the American Academy of Pediatrics recommends breastfeeding exclusively for the first six months.

Read the full article at BabyCenter.com

Midday Fix: Dr. Tanya Altmann’s nutrition tips

For the first six months of life, breast milk is the ideal source of nutrition for babies, but it’s also food for the good bacteria in a baby’s gut which helps build a strong immune system and metabolism...

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Tips to Boost Your Baby’s Health from Day One

New moms want to give their babies everything they need to grow up healthy and strong -- and the first six months are some of the most important, helping determine the course of their health trajectories.

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NPR: Interview with Mark Underwood

Capital Public Radio's new health reporter Sammy Caiola makes her debut on Insight to talk about new research from UC Davis on how breast milk plays an essential role in balancing bacteria in a newborn's gut microbiome.

Listen to the interview at NPR's Capital Public Radio

Evivo Survey Identifies Moms' Misperceptions About Breast Milk and Baby Gut Microbiome

U.S. Moms Know There's a Connection Between Breast Milk and the Infant Gut, But Most Don't Know Up To 15% of Breast Milk Nutrients Are Wasted Yet Critical During First Six Months.

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What Happened to Our Microbiomes?

The microbiome is “in”. It’s even gotten its own NIH study, the sci-fi named “Human Microbiome Project”. Those 100 trillion little bacteria cells in your body, that make up 3 times as many bacteria cells as you have human cells and...  

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Evivo Protects Babies From the Inside Out

Evolve BioSystems, Inc. announces the introduction of Evivo, the first and only probiotic clinically proven to restore a baby's gut microbiome to its original, natural state. Once daily Evivo helps develop a healthy immune system and metabolism to set up babies for healthier lives.

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Breast Feeding The Microbiome

The amazing story of how we're learning more about breast milk, the HMOs it contains, and the connection of B.infantis to all of this.

Read the full article at The New Yorker Web site

We’re facing a ‘generational loss’ of critical gut bacteria in infants

Research into the gut microbiome suggests that the ‘generational loss’ of a specific variety of beneficial bacteria...

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