LoveBug Probiotics Tiny Tummies

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The first years of life are crucial to the physical and mental development of our children. Between the ages of six months and three years, the number of different microbial strains in a baby’s tummy increases 10 times from 100 to 1,000. LoveBug Tiny Tummies probiotic packets start your wee one off on the right foot with a favorable balance of gut bacteria. Their probiotic blend is designed to help nurture your baby’s developing microbiome which will influence their physical health and mental well-being for the rest of their lives.

Sampling kit includes

LoveBug Probiotics Tiny Tummies for children 12 months to four years old to sample, coupons and informational handouts to share with your group, plus, additional LoveBug Probiotics gifts, just for you!

Just the facts
  • LoveBug Probiotics Tiny Tummies offer eight different strains and 15 billion colony forming units (CFU) per packet. Their probiotics for babies are three times more potent than the competition in terms of CFU count and contain what their scientists identified as the most important strains for that stage of life.
  • Tiny Tummies has been specially formulated for children 12 months to four years.
  • These flavorless probiotic packets can be mixed with food or dissolved in liquids.
  • LoveBug Probiotics Tiny Tummies are gluten free, non GMO, sugar free, and contain no allergens.
  • LoveBug Probiotics are 15 times more effective than the competition. Their BIO-tract® delivery technology ensures as many organisms reach your digestive tract as possible, for the greatest benefit to your health.
  • LoveBug Probiotics do not contain any scary, added ingredients like maltodextrin or artificial flavors.
  • Packaging is 100% recyclable and includes organic cotton.
  • Price: LoveBug Probiotics Tiny Tummies are sold for $24.99
Allergen freeEco-FriendlyGluten freeKid-friendlyNo artificial flavorsNon-GMOProbioticsSugar free

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