When your kids get tummy aches from eating the foods, even if it’s a “healthy” food, and it upsets their stomach.. it’s so hard to not feel discouraged and upset. As a mother, I try feed my kids healthy, fresh food; and want to raise them to be heathy and happy. When my first son was little, it took me until he was about 18 months to realize that he was suffering with tummy troubles. A few months later, we added in potty training and realized it shouldn’t be this hard with poop. Yes he was a boy, but why was pooping such an issue with him? Why was he never normal? We tried cutting out so many foods, and added in probiotics, which helped him quite a bit – but I wish we would have started when he was a newborn.
Now with our second son, he has been on probiotics since birth. Once again, I assumed it was foods I was eating making his stomach upset. As he got older, and we started baby led weaning, the tummy troubles increased and occasionally, he would break out in hives. I started to assume months ago that he had an extremely immature gut. Thanks to Evivo Health, I have been learning more and more about how their probiotic mixed with breastmilk, can set the foundation for life-long health. I’m also learning about the consequences of a disrupted gut.
The Research Behind Evivo Health
In their clinical trial Evivo was proven to restore infants’ gut microbiome 100% of the time. One hundred percent of the time. Isn’t that outstanding? In their research, EVIVO is finding found relationships between gut microbiome and colic, eczema, allergies, diabetes, and obesity. Throw in colic and allergies in a clinical trial, and i’m all ears.
Raising A Baby With Food Allergies
These past few months, we’ve gone through two sessions of allergy testing with our youngest. Did you know that there are at least two children in every kindergarten class that have food allergies? (FARE) I know in my son’s class we can’t pack anything in his lunch with tree nuts. At home, we stay away from dairy due to Huxley’s milk allergy and Jaxon’s lactose intolerance. I wrote down over and over foods and environmental allergies that could be possibly causing him to break out. I’ve also tried to be more consistent with giving Hux his Evivio, and found that we’ve been seeing less and less hives.
Is he growing out of them? Or possibly, it could be that I’m seeing real results in my own home. I have my Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology, and if you know anything about Psychology we are all about trials, data, and research. I would love to continue nursing Huxley past 12 months and using Evivo to see if I can make a real change inside his body.
I’m really hoping to jump start our babies immune system and improve his gut BEFORE we potty train so we don’t run into as many issues as we did with our oldest.
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