Colic Calm® Launches New Product for the Digestive Wellness of Infants

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Colic Calm®, a Sarasota based international healthcare company that makes natural solutions for the digestive health of infants and children, recently launched a new infant & child probiotic this week. The company announced the launch of a five-strain probiotic with live active cultures and 5 billion CFU per serving. With the launch of the Colic Calm Probiotic, many parents may find continued relief and support of infant and child gut and digestive health. Building a healthy microbiome is critical in the very early days to establish a healthy immune system, which not only prevents serious infections but is also thought to help prevent things like allergies, eczema, asthma, autoimmune conditions like type 1 diabetes, and even neurodevelopmental issues like autism and ADHD. Colic Calm Probiotic comes as a one-time prep kit and includes a sachet of probiotics, a one-time use funnel, a bottle of MCT oil and a syringe. “As leaders in infant gut health, we understand how important it is to have 'good bacteria' to start your baby’s digestive system off right," said Keith Page, CEO of Colic Calm. "We wanted to create a probiotic that had guaranteed live cultures, the most effective probiotic strains available and the highest CFU count per serving and is also free from sugar, gluten, wheat, soy, dairy and animal products."

Available nationally at Buy Buy Baby, Colic Calm Probiotic is also available online at Amazon.com, Walmart.com and ColicCalm.com.

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