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Newborns have immature immunity & are vulnerable to infections

70-80 % immunity comes through gut

Prebiotics is the 3rd largest component in breast milk which strengthens immunity

STRONG IMMUNITY = FUTURE HEALTH

GIVE YOUR BABY THE P0WER OF PREBI0TICS

Boost the Immunity of your Baby with the Power of Prebiotics.

beneficial effects of prebiotics

Beneficial Effect of Prebiotics

1

Promotes Softer
Stool

2

Reduces
Incidences of
Cold, Cough & Fever

3

Increases Good
Gut Bacteria

4

Reduces Harmful
Bacteria

5

Reduces Constipation
& Diarrhea

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THINK PREBI0TICS!

It’s time to be aware. It’s time to know how you can help improve your baby’s immunity by adding prebiotics to their daily nutrition

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Prebiotics are non-digestible food ingredients that stimulate the growth activity of good bacteria in the gut.

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Galacto-oligosaccharides (GOS) and Fructo- oligosaccharides (FOS) are prebiotics, which are derived from lactose (milk sugar) and chicory roots.

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Under Danone’s 40 years of research in human milk, 30 clinical studies and 55 publications in international journals talk about the beneficial effects of Prebiotic GOS:FOS (9:1) as they play an important role in supporting the immune and digestive health of the infant.

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FAQ's

Prebiotics are non-digestible food ingredients that stimulate the growth and activity of good bacteria in the gut.

Bacteria in our gut that provide health benefits are called gut friendly bacteria.These help in improving the gut health, metabolism and boost immunity.

Breast milk is not only the best source of essential nutrients but is the good source of prebiotic oligosaccharides and water. Both these components play a vital role in regularizing the bowel movements. Prebiotics help in promoting healthy gut, improves digestion, hence, promote softer stool in babies. Hydration is equally important in this aspect and breast milk (during exclusive breast feeding in first 6 months) is sufficient enough for maintaining hydration in babies.

Galacto-oligosaccharides (GOS) and Fructo- oligosaccharides (FOS) are prebiotics, which are derived from lactose (milk sugar) and chicory roots.

Babies are born with an immature system and the maturity onset starts on 1 year. Breastfeeding is the best way to boost a baby’s immunity. Mother’s milk contains all required nutrients and bioactive compounds like prebiotics, antibodies, beneficial bacteria which pay the path for building immunity.