For A Happy Gut

Your baby’s gut health is incredibly important as it sets the stage for their growth, immunity, and digestion. A happy tummy helps them absorb nutrients, stay protected from infections, and establish a balanced and thriving inner ecosystem for a healthy start in life.

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Good health starts in the gut

80% of your immune defence is located in your gut. A well-functioning immune system relies on having enough good bacteria in the body and a balanced microbiota. The good bacteria in your body prepare your immune system to combat unwelcome invaders like bad bacteria and toxins.

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The first 1000 days: a window of opportunity

The microbiome is intimately connected to health through all life stages. Babies are born with a relatively immature gut microbiome, which is gradually populated with microorganisms from their environment. The period after birth is believed to be crucial for the establishment of a healthy gut microbiome, and this can have a lifelong impact.

The first 1000 days, from pregnancy to a child’s second birthday, offer a unique window of opportunity to build long-term health. The first three months of life are particularly important: a time when disturbances to the developing gut microbiota have the greatest impact on immune system development, and therefore future health.

During this time, a healthy microbiome is characterized by a high number of bifidobacteria. Bifidobacteria are core components of infant health as they are important for the development of the immune system and intestinal function.

Here are some tips to help maintain your baby’s gut health:



If possible, breastfeed your baby as it provides essential nutrients and antibodies that may support a healthy gut.

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Balanced Diet

As your baby starts solid foods, introducing a variety of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and lean proteins can contribute to their overall nutrition. Some parents choose to include probiotic-rich foods like yogurt or kefir, but it’s important to consult with your paediatrician for guidance.

Probiotic Supplements:

Consult with your paediatrician about the potential benefits of probiotic supplements such as Colief Multibiotic Drops for your baby. They can provide strains of beneficial bacteria that support a healthy gut and overall digestion.

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Gentle Digestion:

Practicing gentle feeding techniques like burping your baby after meals and avoiding overfeeding can help minimize digestive discomfort.

Reduce Stress:

Creating a calm and nurturing environment for your baby can contribute to their overall well-being. However, it’s important to note that the direct impact of stress on gut health in babies is still an area of ongoing research.

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Limit Antibiotics:

Antibiotics should only be used when prescribed by a healthcare professional. Discuss with your paediatrician the potential impact of antibiotics on your baby’s gut health and any recommended measures to support gut health during antibiotic treatment.

Keep in mind

Always consult with your paediatrician or a qualified healthcare professional for personalized advice and recommendations regarding your baby’s gut health and specific needs.

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