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GoLive Kids! Probiotic plus Prebiotic Drink Mix Berrylicious -- 10 Packets


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GoLive Kids! Probiotic plus Prebiotic Drink Mix Berrylicious -- 10 Packets

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GoLive Kids! Probiotic plus Prebiotic Drink Mix Berrylicious Description

  • 15 Billion Live Cultures Probiotic Strains
  • 30 Day Supply Maintain 1 Packet Every 2-3 Days
  • 10 Day Supply Restore 1+ Packets Daily
  • Add H2O or to Any Food/Drink >75°F
  • + Vitamin D3
  • + L. Glutamine

GoLive Pre + Probiotic Blends

GoLive® Kids' convenient single-serving packets do not require refrigeration and go wherever you and your kids go...school, vacation, camp, the beach - anywhere (even "time out")!

 

15 Probiotic strains (probiotics = good bacteria)

• B. bifidum Bb-06 • B. breve Bb-03 • B. lactis Bl-04 • B. lactis SD-5220 • B. longum Bl05

• L. acidophilus La-14 • L. bulgaricus Lb-64 • L. casei Lc-11 • L. fermentum SD-5847 • L. paracasei lpc-37

• L. plantarum Lp-115 • L. reuteri SD-5865 • L. rhamnosus Lr-32 • L. salivarius Ls-33 • S. thermophilus St-21

PLUS

Prebiotics (prebiotics = "food" for good bacteria)

L. Glutamine • Galactooligosaccharide • Gum Acacia • Larch Gum • Cane Sugar

 

Better Probiotics - GoLive products contain a complex blend of fifteen documented and clinically-tested probiotic strains.

Better Prebiotics - Once blended in liquid, GoLive probiotics begin to grow and colonize as they consume the nourishing blend of prebiotic soluble fibers and sugar.

Better Delivery - GoLive probiotic products are freeze-dried and individually packaged in foil to prevent exposure to moisture and harmful heat-generating light. As a result, the probiotics are alive and growing when it counts...at time of consumption.

Better Effects - Probiotics play a key role in health and wellness by colonizing in the gastrointestinal tract - benefiting digestive, metabolic and immune function.

 

We Take Care of Our Probiotics...So They Can Take Care of You!®

GoLive...Be Well®


Directions

No Refrigeration Required. Store in a Cool Dry Place.

 

Dissolve contents of 1 packet into 8-16 fluid ounces of any liquid or food (<75°F). Consume within 12 hours of mixing, with or without food.

 

Recommended Use (all ages): Consume 1 packet every 2-3 days to maintain healthy intestinal balance. Consume1 or more packets daily, if desired or needed to address more acute health concerns.

Free Of
Gluten, lactose, yeast, soy, GMOs, artificial flavors, sweeteners, colors and preservatives.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 1 Packet (9.6 g)
Servings per Container: 10
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Total Calories30
Total Carbohydrate9 g4%
   Sugars6 g
   Dietary Fiber1 g5%
   Soluble Fiber1 g
Vitamin D3200 IU30%
Potassium (as Potassium Chloride)40 mg<2%
Proprietary Prebiotic Blend:
Larch Gum, Gum Acacia, Galactooligosaccharides, Xanthan Gum, L. Glutamine
2015 mg*
Proprietary Probiotic Blend;90 mg*
   Total Cultures: 15 billion colony forming units^:
Bifidobacterium bifidum Bb-06, B. breve Bb-03, B. lactis SD-5220, B. lactis Bl-04, B. longum Bl-05, Lactobacillus acidophilus La-14, L. bulgaricus Lb-64, L. casei Lc-11, L. fermentation SD-5847, L. paracasei Lpc-37, L. plantarum Lp-115, L. reuteri SD-5885, L. rhamnosus Lr-32, L. salvarius Ls-33, Streptococcus thermophilus St-21
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Cane sugar, citric acid, natural flavors, natural colors (from fruits and vegetables), monk fruit extract, silica. Contains milk protein at undetectable levels of <1 ppm. ^At time of manufacture.
Warnings

Note: During first days of use, as bacteria i the digestive tract rebalance, temporary bloating, digestive gurgling and gas may occur, but normally subsides within one week.

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Why Kids Need Probiotics & How to Make Sure They're Getting Enough

In recent years we've heard a lot about the importance of having and maintaining healthy gut bacteria. This is an integral part of healthy immune function and affects not only digestion but  overall quality of health. Many aspects of modern life are detrimental to the state of our intestinal bacteria. Poor diet, illness, stress, lifestyle, and antibiotics can all have significant impact on your gut health in negative ways.

Child Reaping the Benefits of Probiotics With Berry-Topped Yogurt | Vitacost.com/blog

Why is gut health important?

Intestinal bacteria, when healthy and in balance, are an essential part of metabolic function, aiding in the digestion of cellulose, undigested food and dietary fiber. They also provide essential nutrients to the body, synthesize vitamin K, and promote angiogenesis and enteric nerve function[1].

There are also specialized bacteria that vary in their function, some performing the reduction of harmful substances like nitrates and sulfates. Overall, gut bacteria are important not only to the normal functioning of the digestive system but also by contributing a large part of the immune system defenses.

What determines gut bacteria?

When we are born, commensal bacteria begin to colonize immediately, consisting of nearly one thousand unknown species. These bacterial colonies are not only  immensely different from those found in adult systems but vary greatly between individual infants.

By about one year of age, bacterial colonies have stabilized into that which is more similar to adult colonies. The introduction of solid foods plays a big part in the transitional process.

Our intestinal bacteria then becomes determined by myriad of factors through life including genetic programming and our nutritional intake. Detriments to our gut health are often caused by antibiotics, stress, and poor eating habits leading to more significant health risks including Irritable Bowel Disease, diabetes, and cancer.

How do you promote healthy gut  bacteria?

It has been proven that the diet you choose to adapt significantly influences which gut bacteria colonize and at what rate. Whether you choose a high protein diet or a plant-based diet, digestive bacteria will react accordingly to aid in efficient digestion of your dietary intake. Foods rich in fiber and polyphenols have been found to be beneficial to gut bacteria.

The regular use of prebiotics and probiotics can stimulate growth of various beneficial gut bacteria helping create a healthier system overall. Probiotics have a high rate of successful assistance in healing for many diseases including inflammatory bowel conditions and infections[2].

Who might benefit from gut health assistance?

Adults and children can all benefit from adopting a healthy balanced diet rich in fiber to promote healthy gut bacteria. Yet, obstacles such as high stress levels, decreased nutritional content in processed foods and even well-advised antibiotic use can affect populations of healthy bacteria in our bodies.

While adults have an easier time taking a daily probiotic supplement and incorporating fermented foods like yogurt into their diet, it can be more challenging for children.

Beyond yogurt, there are some child-friendly options available that can help promote a healthier gut bacteria without fighting or fuss. From chewable flavored tablets to tasty mix-in powders or liquid drops, there are many products available over the counter.

You can also incorporate probiotic foods (including fermented foods) into your family’s diet. Although kimchi and sauerkraut may not be your child’s favorite, you can make fermented ketchup at home and you child will be none the wiser – we all know how kids will put ketchup on almost anything.

Fermented Ketchup 

Makes 1 pint

Ingredients

12 oz. organic tomato paste
3 Tbsp. raw honey
3 Tbsp. raw apple cider vinegar
2 Tbsp. whey (not powdered)
1/4 tsp. onion powder
1/4 tsp. salt
1/8 tsp. ground black pepper

Directions

  1. In bowl, mix together all ingredients. Add to air-tight mason jar.
  2. Let jar sit at room temperature for 2-3 days (only open if you notice a build up of gasses, then release gasses and close tightly again).
  3. Place jar in your refrigerator for 3 more days.
  4. After the fermenting process ketchup should be kept refrigerated and will last 3-6 months

[1] https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4425030/

[2] https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4425030/

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