Probiotics with Colostrum, Powder

Probiotics with Colostrum, Powder

Natural Orange/Pineapple Flavor. 50g powder (1.7oz)

ChildLife’s Probiotics with Colostrum provides Nature’s ultimate formula for enhancing a child’s health, vitality, immune and digestive strength.* It is the only formula for children that contains Colostrum prepared with Probiotics. This combination creates a very unique product for enhancing both immune system* and digestive strength.*

Health Tip
Colostrum is nature’s first food for the immune system. ChildLife uses the finest bovine Colostrum that has been naturally harvested and specially prepared with Probiotics to enhance the health and vitality of your child’s immune and digestive system.*

Suggested Use:
For infants 6 months to 1 yr: 1/4 teaspoon daily
For children 1-5 yrs: 1/2 teaspoon daily
For children 6-12 yrs: 1/2 teaspoon 2x daily

  • Sprinkle serving in Water, Juice, Formula or Food.
  • For optimum storage, refrigerate after opening.

Other Ingredients

All Natural Orange-Pineapple Flavor, Fruit Juice Concentrate, Fructose. Contains: Milk Proteins

Probiotics with Colostrum, Powder. Supplement Facts

ChildLife uses only the highest quality ingredients. Contains no soy, egg, yeast, wheat, corn, or alcohol. No artificial colorings. No artificial sweeteners or preservatives.

*This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat,cure or prevent any disease.
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