How healthy is your child?
As kids explore the world around them, they are constantly exposed to potential infectious bacteria and viruses. Preliminary research indicates taking a probiotic like EndoMune may help to prevent the illnesses due to these harmful bugs.
Research has found that the healthy development of a newborn’s intestinal tract requires exposure to the beneficial bacteria Lactobacillus and Bifidobacteria. EndoMune Jr. contains both of these bacteria strains.
Studies in colicky babies have shown that supplying these bacteria in sufficient number can significantly reduce their cry times. Also, as children grow, these bacteria can interact with the intestinal immune system to lessen the risk of eczema and upper respiratory illnesses.
The unique formula of EndoMune Jr. contains 10 billion colonies of the four primary beneficial bacteria essential for maintaining a healthy balance of intestinal bacteria.
Recommended for children, ages 3 yrs. – 8 yrs.
Recommended for children, newborn – 3 yrs.
EndoMune Jr. comes in two varieties, a powder formula and new chewable berry tablet, allowing for you to treat your child’s digestive issues conveniently. Given daily, EndoMune Jr. can assist with:
- Increasing immunity
- Fighting off common and antibiotic-related episodes of diarrhea
- Reducing infantile colic
- Supporting the development of regular bowel movements for infants and children
Protect your children’s health. Consider adding EndoMune Jr. to their daily nutritional regimen.
EndoMune Jr. Powder earned the Parent Tested Parent Approved Seal of Approval. PTPA has North America’s largest volunteer parent testing community, with more than 60,000 parents. Because products are evaluated by unbiased parent testers, the PTPA Winner’s Seal can be considered evidence of excellence. Parent testers reviewed EndoMune Jr. based on the following criteria: ingredients, taste/texture, effectiveness, personal experience, convenience, recommendations, price versus quality, packaging, repeat purchase and popularity. For more information about the PTPA Seal, visit EndoMune’s profile.