Early life Health

Your microbiome at birth impacts your health for life.

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THE FIRST 1000 DAYS IS WHEN NEWBORNS FORM THEIR MICROBIOME

INTRODUCING MISSING MICROBES EARLY SUPPORTS HEALTH AND IMMUNE BALANCE YEARS LATER

Allergic sensitization. Pathogen multiplication. There are numerous short- and long-term effects in infant bodily systems resulting from microbe secretions starting right after birth. Probiotics and human milk oligosaccharides (HMOs) can support the development of balanced intestinal microbiota for lifelong benefits. A12-year longitudinal study of 474 infants/children showed that the HOWARU® HN001™ group had a significantly lower cumulative prevalence of allergic sensitization compared to the placebo group. Other results suggest that probiotics and HMOs enhance microbiota health during the first 1000 days of life.

For concerns about:

– Prenatal and infant immune development

– Helps to promote optimal health and wellness in children

– Helps maintain respiratory health in children

Consider these strains:

HN001™

Lactobacillus rhamnosus

Consumed for more than 20 years in food and supplements and published in more than 130 scientific publications

HOWARU®
Lp-202195™

Lactiplantibacillus plantarum

One of the largest studies done to date on newborn infants, published in a leading peer-reviewed scientific publication

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Early Life INNOVATOR

HENNA-MARIA KAILANTO, Ph.D.

Senior Scientist

Liisa-Lehtoranta

QUOTE:

“As a Tech Lead of Early life Nutrition Platform, my work is to innovate, design and manage studies that increase our knowledge on how infant health could be supported via microbiome modulation. This modulation can be done via products that either contain probiotics, meaning living microbes that can go through infant gastrointestinal tract alive, or prebiotics, which are food for these beneficial microbes.”

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