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Organic 3 GutPro Infant
Organic3 GutPro Infant Probiotic is very similar to Gutpro Powder, but has a few key differences which makes it more friendly to sensitive stomachs. It is half the Potency of the Original GutPro™ Powder, B. Infantis makes up 50% of the formula and it does not contain L. Plantarum.
GutPro® Probiotic Powder
A potent, condensed and pure probiotic with just the right blend of bacteria…
Contains eight clinically-proven strains of human probiotics (L. plantarum, L. gasseri, L. salivarius, B. bifidum, B. breve, B. infantis, B. longum, B. lactis).
Gives you 25+ billion CFUs per 1/32 teaspoon (a “smidgen” on our spoon set).
Is appropriate for people using diets including GAPS, SIBO, Body Ecology, Autism/PDD-NOS, PANDA/PANS, Paleo, AIP, Ketogenic, gluten-free, soy-free and casein-free (Please note: While GutPro® was designed based on feedback from these specific communities, we do not imply that it’s intended to treat a specific medical condition, nor do we imply it’s “compliant” with a specific diet).*
Contains only histamine-neutral or histamine-degrading strains of probiotic bacteria.
Does not contain strains known to contribute to d-lactate acidosis.
Does not contain streptococcus thermophilus or other strains linked to irritation.
Does not contain any spore-forming strains of probiotics (e.g. soil bacteria).
Is free of inulin, maltodextrin and other prebiotics.
Is free of excipients and other added ingredients, i.e. magnesium stearate, silica, titanium dioxide.
Is free of common allergens. All strains are grown on a dairy-free, soy-free, vegetarian, non-GMO culture. Does not contain milk/casein, eggs, fish, shellfish, wheat/gluten, peanuts, tree nuts, yeast, corn or soy.
Is easy to calibrate the right dose for your needs. A little goes a long way. Many of our customers only take 1/64 of a teaspoon daily (the “drop” on our spoon set)!
GutPro® Probiotic Powder:
Gives you the diverse benefits of a synergistic blend of eight proven strains.
Avoids the strains that can sometimes cause problems.
Gives you just probiotics – nothing more. No prebiotics or fillers. No allergens. No hidden ingredients that can undermine the good you’re trying to achieve with a probiotic.
Does not contain strains known to contribute to d-lactate acidosis
Lactobacillus acidophilus can work wonders in the gut by producing lactic acid. But for some of us, this can become a problem.
Lactate is a derivative of the lactic acid this strain produces. It comes in two isomeric forms, d-lactate and l-lactate. Most of us have the capacity to metabolize both forms to some extent and turn it into pyruvic acid.
But for various reasons, some people can’t metabolize d-lactate effectively enough to keep up with the d-lactate produced by gut bacteria. As a result, the d-lactate can build up in your body and cause d-lactate acidosis.
If this has been an issue for you, you’ll love GutPro® Probiotic Powder. We’ve kept any probiotic strains associated with d-lactate acidosis out of our GutPro® formula.
Yes, we do include strains like Lactobacillus plantarum which can produce d-lactate under certain conditions. But here’s the thing . . .
This strain primarily produces l-lactate. L. plantarum only produce d-lactate under certain conditions. Better yet, L. plantarum may even help with acidosis by helping the body maintain a lactate equilibrium. And unlike L. acidophilus, L. plantarum is transient. It doesn’t take up residence in your gut and shift the ecosystem that dramatically.
Because of the powerful health benefits associated with this strains, we decided to keep it in the formula. Based on our research and years of customer satisfaction, we’re confident it does not contribute to d-lactate acidosis.
(Note: GutPro® Infant has no L. plantarum in its formula.)
GutPro® Powder can keep your body’s d-lactate in balance. But that’s not the only way this formula is designed for your clients…
No probiotics linked to histamine production
Many people have trouble with probiotics linked to histamine production like L. casei. Histamines are chemicals produced by the immune system that can trigger an immune response.
So we’ve made sure that the strains included in this formula are either histamine-neutral or histamine-degrading.
That means you won’t have to worry about increasing your exposure to histamines when you take this probiotic formula.
That’s not the only irritant we’ve kept out of this formula…
Ingredients: Bifidobacterium infantis, Bifidobacterium bifidum, Bifidobacterium breve, Bifidobacterium lactis, Bifidobacterium longum, Lactobacillus gasseri, Lactobacillus salivarius. Other Ingredients: None.
GutPro™ Powder is free of the common allergens: milk/casein, eggs, fish, shellfish, tree nuts, peanuts, wheat/gluten, corn, yeast and soybeans.
Below is a list of ingredients in GutPro® Infant, and information on why we’ve included them:
B. infantis: Bifidobacterium infantis is prevalent in the gastrointestinal tracts of breastfed babies, as it feeds on unique oligosaccharides found in breast milk that babies cannot digest — leaving little room for unwanted bacteria and supporting a healthy digestive ecosystem.* In a recent study, moms and infants received a B. infantis preparation and lactation support from a week to three weeks after birth. The bacteria quickly established themselves in the babies, crowding out other gut bacteria that are associated with intestinal problems and immune-related diseases such as asthma, allergy and autoimmune disease.* Meanwhile, another study discovered that nearly all babies born in developed nations (including the U.S.) no longer have B. infantis. It was hypothesized that an increase in c-sections, infant formula and antibiotics led to the reduction in this beneficial bacteria. This study stated that a stressed microbiome composition may lead to chronic inflammation and immune-mediated diseases, highlighting an increase in infant intestinal dysbiosis. The good news, according to research noted in the same study, is that remodeling of the gut microbiome in breastfed infants fed B. infantis improved gut function and ecosystem productivity.* B. Infantis (as well as several other strains in the Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium families) also produces folate, which is necessary for infant development and growth and the creation of red blood cells.*
B. bifidum: In one study, Bifidobacterium bifidum was the second most common bacteria in infants' guts (B. infantis was first). B. bifidum seems to support the immune system and help the digestive system stay on track: A clinical study showed that B. bifidum helped academically stressed college students make it through the winter semester with fewer absences and less colds than the students who didn't take the probiotic.* Another clinical study indicates B. bifidum may help with abdominal discomfort, gas and bloating.* And a randomized placebo-controlled study also showed that B. bifidum may help with stress-related diarrhea.*
B. breve: Found in human breast milk, Bifidobacterium breve can also digest human milk oligosaccharides (but not as thoroughly as B. infantis). It's considered one of the first colonizers of the human intestinal tract. A few clinical trials involving preterm babies indicated that B. breve works well in helping to establish a healthy gut ecology.* In one of these studies, researchers concluded that B. breve also seems to help these tiny babies gain weight.* And, clinical research has demonstrated that when combined with a gluten-free diet, B. breve can help restore microbial balance in the digestive tract of children who have experienced some intestinal inflammation.* Additionally, B. breve has been linked to helping with childhood constipation.* As children grow older and face health challenges, B. breve continues to bring strategic support: clinical research suggests this special bacterium is particularly effective in recolonizing the gut of children who have undergone chemotherapy.* The children who took this probiotic seemed to recover better from the treatment without any complications that are usually associated with chemotherapy.*
B. longum: One of the first bacteria to colonize our bodies at birth, Bifidobacterium longum has been associated with helping to digest milk and other challenging foods.* A placebo-controlled clinical study on 33 children with some digestive discomfort showed that in combination with a gluten-free diet, B. longum not only helped them grow taller, but also showed some indications of keeping their immune system strong and balanced.*
B. lactis: Bifidobacterium lactis is also powerful probiotic bacteria found in the digestive tract of humans. In one eye-opening study, when preterm babies were given B. lactis after taking antibiotics, they gained four times as much weight as the babies given the placebo.* In the same study, researchers observed signs that B. lactis helped the babies' immune systems develop effectively.* In addition, a meta-analysis of five studies revealed the role of B. lactis in supporting healthy weight gain may be particularly effective in the most vulnerable babies, as it seemed to help babies born to HIV positive moms gain much more weight per day than their counterparts who were not supplementing with a probiotic.* Finally, and significantly, preliminary lab research indicates B. lactis shows exciting promise in neutralizing certain toxins from wheat.*
L. gasseri: Lactobacillus gasseri is a normal inhabitant of the lower reproductive tract in healthy women. A clinical trial on children showed that this bacterium seemed to help regulate the immune system, as children who took L. gasseri showed an increase in regulatory T cell counts and a decrease in immunoglobulin E.* Preliminary research on mice indicates that L. gasseri may inhibit inflammation signaling at the genetic level.*
L. salivarius: Lactobacillus salivarius is a probiotic bacteria species that has been found to live in the gastrointestinal tract and exert a range of therapeutic properties including suppression of pathogenic bacteria.* Several clinical trials on both adults and children indicate that Lactobacillus salivarius seems to help regulate the immune system and, as a result, supports healthy skin.* L. salivarius also seems to play a distinct role in keeping the microbial population in the mouth healthy.*
To measure the right amount each time, use the Organic3 GutPro Measuring Spoons sold on this website.
What to expect when starting GutPro® Infant
GutPro® Infant is designed for comfort, as we’ve eliminated the potential problems associated with other probiotic formulas.
Please keep in mind, this in an ultra pure, concentrated probiotic that is unlike anything you will find at the supermarket, so begin low and slow. Since you can titrate dosing, we offer our special spoon set to make it easy for your clients (more below).
Be assured that with GutPro® Infant, we’ve removed the strains and other ingredients that can cause problems.
Shipping: We use our chilled shipping pack at all times, which includes one or more ice packs (depending on the size of the order) and insulated packaging. These ice packs are not designed to stay cold during the entire shipment process, but do provide adequate protection. The ice packs may arrive warm, or even hot. This is normal and expected, but does not reduce the potency. Our Cold Pack Shipper also works well for our other products that are kept in cold storage.
Infants: Place a pencil point amount of GutPro® Infant in the baby’s mouth prior to nursing or mix with a small amount of breastmilk or formula on a spoon and give immediately before feeding. Increase the dose in tiny increments if needed or as guided by a qualified healthcare professional. Note: You may not need to give infants probiotics daily. Depending on your baby’s sensitivity, you may choose to give the probiotic less frequently (every other day, bi-weekly, once per week, etc). Even at this small amount, the recipient will receive billions of well balanced CFUs.
Toddlers (1-2 years of age): Add a pencil point amount of GutPro® Infant powder to your toddler’s food and increase to a quarter of the smallest spoon (“drop”) over time or as directed by a healthcare professional. May be given once daily or every other day.
Please keep the probiotics refrigerated and always capped for long-term storage. Do not remove the moisture packet inside the bottle. Make sure the spoons are very clean and dry before using them with the powder for best results.