Infant Probiotic Powder

15 grams - with dosage spoon

Buy two or more & save 5%

Infant Probiotic Powder

15 grams - with dosage spoon

Buy two or more & save 5%

Smidge™ Infant Probiotic (formerly GutPro® Infant)

  • Contains strains found in healthy infants

  • Ideal starter probiotic

  • Compatible with real food diets

  • No additives/prebiotics

  • Non-GMO

  • Free of common allergens

Introducing our gentle, yet potent Infant Probiotic powder, with the same GutPro® Infant formula you know and love. Created in small batches especially for your baby's developing digestive system.

This pure, custom blend contains seven clinically-proven probiotic strains that are naturally found in healthy infants — to help colonize little intestines with beneficial bacteria from the get-go. It also supports immunity, may help with common baby digestive issues like reflux (GERD), occasional diarrhea and constipation, and even skin issues like eczema.*

Bifidobacterium infantis, a strain that dominates in breastfed babies' intestines, comprises 50% of our formula, as studies show it supports healthy digestion, growth and a robust immune system.*

Just as important, Smidge™ Infant Probiotic does not contain certain strains (or prebiotics) found in other commercial brands that can cause histamine intolerance, d-lactic acidosis or other adverse reactions.

You also won't find common allergens, additives or fillers.

To give you even more peace of mind, we hatched this clean Infant Probiotic blend following extensive research and feedback from certified doctors and health practitioners — and parents like you. Its strains are non-GMO and American Type Culture Collection certified, so all you get are safe, natural baby probiotics for your snuggly bundle of joy!

Comes with a handy dosage spoon so you can measure the perfect amount for your little nugget ;)

15 grams (750 servings), 1.45 billion CFUs per serving

What does Smidge™ Infant Probiotic do?

We conceived this formula to help your baby develop a healthy microbiome and to balance digestion.*

Our customers use Smidge Infant Probiotic for an array of reasons that rank high on the new-parent checklist: to colonize their babies' digestive tracts with beneficial bacteria and support immunity, to help with digestive issues such as acid reflux (GERD), occasional diarrhea or constipation in their kiddies. Or even to soothe common skin issues, like eczema.*

Our formula contains seven tested-and-true strains of human probiotics: B. infantis, B. bifidum, B. breve, B. longum, B. lactis, L. gasseri and L. salivarius.

Here's how probiotics can have a lifetime impact, according to published scientific studies:

  • The first bacteria to colonize an infant's gut affects the development of its digestive system. And healthy bacteria help babies develop a sophisticated, durable inner intestinal lining.*

  • Gut bacteria make it possible for babies to digest breast milk effectively, and gain the milk's full nutritional and microbial benefits.*

  • Probiotic bacteria can help babies make the transition to life outside the womb by supporting the immune system as it develops into a protective and well-regulated force.*

  • Research on infant microbiomes and the brain reveals that a healthy gut is critical for the development of a sharp, limber brain.*

Check out our ingredients section for more on the benefits of probiotics for babies.

While Smidge™ Infant Probiotic is intended for infants and tots (pitter patter!), teens and adults can use it too. Especially those with sensitive digestive systems.

And because it contains only pure probiotics (and absolutely no prebiotics), Smidge™ Infant Probiotic works beautifully with real-food, dietary protocols including:

GAPS, SIBO, Body Ecology,
Autism/PDD-NOS, PANDA/PANS, Paleo, AIP, Ketogenic,
and gluten-free/casein-free/soy-free.*

(Please note that while this probiotic may be suitable for people on these diets, we do not claim it cures the health conditions that prompt the diets.)

Dosage:

Always start with a smidge! Use one Smidge™ spoonful (20 mg). Take once a day, with food, or as directed by a certified healthcare practitioner. (See "low and slow" note below.)

Product comes with a dosage spoon.

Start low and slow: Our supplements are premium, pure and potent. Therefore, it's critically important to start slowly, with a lower dosage than recommended. For example, a minimal dose every other day, or even once a week, until you can determine how the supplement affects your body and what feels right for you.

How to take: Use your mini dosage spoon to accurately measure your desired dose of probiotic powder. You can sprinkle Smidge™ Infant Probiotic on lukewarm or cold food. Or it can be mixed in breastmilk, formula, a smoothie or organic milk of choice. For toddlers and older children, the Infant Probiotic can be taken with an organic fat, like butter, ghee, emu oil or coconut oil. See dosage instructions above for more info.

Storage:

Smidge™ Infant Probiotic powder requires refrigeration for long-term storage. Keep away from moisture. Can be kept at room temperature for up to two weeks while traveling.

Shipping:

We use a combination of shipping services with tracking to best serve our customers. Our goal is to get your package to you in the most efficient manner using the most cost effective method.

Smidge™ probiotics ship Monday through Wednesday using a two-day service. Order by 10 a.m. Wednesday for Friday delivery.

Smidge™ probiotics contain active freeze-dried bacteria, versus live cultures. Unlike live cultures, which can be destroyed in transit by heat, freeze-dried bacteria hold up well in warm weather, as they remain intact and stable with all of their beneficial properties. This means your probiotics will arrive in optimal condition. (Then once you receive your package, you can put them in the fridge.)

We also have an overnight shipping option available Monday through Wednesday.

For more information about our shipping options and policy, click here.

Overview plus minus

Smidge™ Infant Probiotic (formerly GutPro® Infant)

  • Contains strains found in healthy infants

  • Ideal starter probiotic

  • Compatible with real food diets

  • No additives/prebiotics

  • Non-GMO

  • Free of common allergens

Introducing our gentle, yet potent Infant Probiotic powder, with the same GutPro® Infant formula you know and love. Created in small batches especially for your baby's developing digestive system.

This pure, custom blend contains seven clinically-proven probiotic strains that are naturally found in healthy infants — to help colonize little intestines with beneficial bacteria from the get-go. It also supports immunity, may help with common baby digestive issues like reflux (GERD), occasional diarrhea and constipation, and even skin issues like eczema.*

Bifidobacterium infantis, a strain that dominates in breastfed babies' intestines, comprises 50% of our formula, as studies show it supports healthy digestion, growth and a robust immune system.*

Just as important, Smidge™ Infant Probiotic does not contain certain strains (or prebiotics) found in other commercial brands that can cause histamine intolerance, d-lactic acidosis or other adverse reactions.

You also won't find common allergens, additives or fillers.

To give you even more peace of mind, we hatched this clean Infant Probiotic blend following extensive research and feedback from certified doctors and health practitioners — and parents like you. Its strains are non-GMO and American Type Culture Collection certified, so all you get are safe, natural baby probiotics for your snuggly bundle of joy!

Comes with a handy dosage spoon so you can measure the perfect amount for your little nugget ;)

15 grams (750 servings), 1.45 billion CFUs per serving

What does it do? plus minus

What does Smidge™ Infant Probiotic do?

We conceived this formula to help your baby develop a healthy microbiome and to balance digestion.*

Our customers use Smidge Infant Probiotic for an array of reasons that rank high on the new-parent checklist: to colonize their babies' digestive tracts with beneficial bacteria and support immunity, to help with digestive issues such as acid reflux (GERD), occasional diarrhea or constipation in their kiddies. Or even to soothe common skin issues, like eczema.*

Our formula contains seven tested-and-true strains of human probiotics: B. infantis, B. bifidum, B. breve, B. longum, B. lactis, L. gasseri and L. salivarius.

Here's how probiotics can have a lifetime impact, according to published scientific studies:

  • The first bacteria to colonize an infant's gut affects the development of its digestive system. And healthy bacteria help babies develop a sophisticated, durable inner intestinal lining.*

  • Gut bacteria make it possible for babies to digest breast milk effectively, and gain the milk's full nutritional and microbial benefits.*

  • Probiotic bacteria can help babies make the transition to life outside the womb by supporting the immune system as it develops into a protective and well-regulated force.*

  • Research on infant microbiomes and the brain reveals that a healthy gut is critical for the development of a sharp, limber brain.*

Check out our ingredients section for more on the benefits of probiotics for babies.

While Smidge™ Infant Probiotic is intended for infants and tots (pitter patter!), teens and adults can use it too. Especially those with sensitive digestive systems.

And because it contains only pure probiotics (and absolutely no prebiotics), Smidge™ Infant Probiotic works beautifully with real-food, dietary protocols including:

GAPS, SIBO, Body Ecology,
Autism/PDD-NOS, PANDA/PANS, Paleo, AIP, Ketogenic,
and gluten-free/casein-free/soy-free.*

(Please note that while this probiotic may be suitable for people on these diets, we do not claim it cures the health conditions that prompt the diets.)

Directions plus minus

Dosage:

Always start with a smidge! Use one Smidge™ spoonful (20 mg). Take once a day, with food, or as directed by a certified healthcare practitioner. (See "low and slow" note below.)

Product comes with a dosage spoon.

Start low and slow: Our supplements are premium, pure and potent. Therefore, it's critically important to start slowly, with a lower dosage than recommended. For example, a minimal dose every other day, or even once a week, until you can determine how the supplement affects your body and what feels right for you.

How to take: Use your mini dosage spoon to accurately measure your desired dose of probiotic powder. You can sprinkle Smidge™ Infant Probiotic on lukewarm or cold food. Or it can be mixed in breastmilk, formula, a smoothie or organic milk of choice. For toddlers and older children, the Infant Probiotic can be taken with an organic fat, like butter, ghee, emu oil or coconut oil. See dosage instructions above for more info.

Storage plus minus

Storage:

Smidge™ Infant Probiotic powder requires refrigeration for long-term storage. Keep away from moisture. Can be kept at room temperature for up to two weeks while traveling.

Shipping plus minus

Shipping:

We use a combination of shipping services with tracking to best serve our customers. Our goal is to get your package to you in the most efficient manner using the most cost effective method.

Smidge™ probiotics ship Monday through Wednesday using a two-day service. Order by 10 a.m. Wednesday for Friday delivery.

Smidge™ probiotics contain active freeze-dried bacteria, versus live cultures. Unlike live cultures, which can be destroyed in transit by heat, freeze-dried bacteria hold up well in warm weather, as they remain intact and stable with all of their beneficial properties. This means your probiotics will arrive in optimal condition. (Then once you receive your package, you can put them in the fridge.)

We also have an overnight shipping option available Monday through Wednesday.

For more information about our shipping options and policy, click here.

What Experts Say

Founder photo
While this probiotic ain't cheap, it does have the best reviews and reputation. I know many moms who have used it with great success for everything from skin issues to digestion to mood.*

Genevieve Howland

Mama Natural

Founder photo
With your doctor's approval, consider supplementing yourself and/or baby with probiotics, fish oil, and vitamin D to support immune function. Certain bacteria such as Lactobacillus, Bifidobacterium, and Bacteroides is delayed in infants born by C-section, so probiotics that include these strains may help reduce the incidence of allergy, atopic diseases, and immune concerns. If you're breastfeeding, probiotics will be delivered to your breastmilk. You can also administer the probiotics directly to your baby by mixing the powder/drops into bottles or choosing a formula with probiotics. Some of the well-researched strains include L. rhamnosus, L. reuteri, B. infantis, and B. lactis. In some cases, babies do better with blends that are mostly B. infantis and only contain histamine-neutral or histamine-degrading strains of probiotics like [Smidge™ Infant Probiotic].

Stephanie Greunke MS, RD, CPT

Prenatal/Postnatal Expert, Program Manager for Whole Mamas

Founder photo
While this probiotic ain't cheap, it does have the best reviews and reputation. I know many moms who have used it with great success for everything from skin issues to digestion to mood.*

Genevieve Howland

Mama Natural

Founder photo
With your doctor's approval, consider supplementing yourself and/or baby with probiotics, fish oil, and vitamin D to support immune function. Certain bacteria such as Lactobacillus, Bifidobacterium, and Bacteroides is delayed in infants born by C-section, so probiotics that include these strains may help reduce the incidence of allergy, atopic diseases, and immune concerns. If you're breastfeeding, probiotics will be delivered to your breastmilk. You can also administer the probiotics directly to your baby by mixing the powder/drops into bottles or choosing a formula with probiotics. Some of the well-researched strains include L. rhamnosus, L. reuteri, B. infantis, and B. lactis. In some cases, babies do better with blends that are mostly B. infantis and only contain histamine-neutral or histamine-degrading strains of probiotics like [Smidge™ Infant Probiotic].

Stephanie Greunke MS, RD, CPT

Prenatal/Postnatal Expert, Program Manager for Whole Mamas

Ingredients

Bifidobacterium infantis

Bifidobacterium bifidum

Bifidobacterium longum

Lactobacillus salivarius

Bifidobacterium breve

Bifidobacterium lactis

Lactobacillus gasseri

Bifidobacterium infantis

B. infantis is a folate-producing beneficial bacteria, primarily found in the gastrointestinal tracts of healthy infants (and human mouths). It seems to play a critical role in establishing a healthy intestinal lining and a robust and well-regulated immune system.* Research has also linked B. infantis to helping mitigate inflammation in the digestive system and throughout the body, stating that it may reduce the production of inflammatory cytokines.* Research suggests B. infantis regulates the production of tryptophan, which is the precursor for serotonin (the neurotransmitter associated with a sense of satisfaction and happiness).* A note on folate: it's one of the B vitamins responsible for tissue growth and cell function.*

Bifidobacterium bifidum

Bifidobacteria are a group of bacteria that typically live in the human intestines and stomach, that help to perform essential functions like digestion and the maintenance of beneficial bacteria. One study suggests that B. bifidum may support immunity by staving off colds and touches of the flu in the winter months. Another clinical study indicates B. bifidum may help with abdominal discomfort caused by gas and bloating.* And yet another study states that B. bifidum can help with occasional diarrhea.* Clinical research suggests that B. bifidum can help maintain comfortable joint movement.* There's also a correlation to improved mental health (boosting mood and easing anxiety), as bifidobacterium is classified as a "psychobiotic", which affects central nervous system-related functions and behaviors mediated by the gut-brain-axis.

Bifidobacterium longum

One of the first bacteria to colonize our bodies at birth, B. longum has been associated with helping to digest milk and other challenging foods, as it produces lactic acid from the fermentation of sugar in the gut.* Research suggests that B. longum may support immunity and growth in children.* It's also linked to helping maintain healthy cholesterol levels already within a normal range.* And it's been studied to help alleviate stress.

Lactobacillus salivarius

L. salivarius is one of the most prevalent probiotic species in human saliva. It produces organic acids, such as lactic acid and acetic acid from carbohydrates. L. salivarius seems to help keep the microbial population in the mouth healthy.* Also, several clinical trials indicate that L. salivarius seems to help support the immune system and, as a result, support healthy skin.* Importantly, researchers state that it may keep the vagina healthy and comfortable by promoting a healthy pH balance.*

Bifidobacterium breve

B. breve is one of the most helpful probiotic bacteria in the human body due to its unique ability to compete with harmful bacteria by digesting a large variety of molecules. It's also prevalent in the colons of breastfed babies. B. breve is linked to helping with occasional constipation in children.* And when combined with a gluten-free (real food) diet, B. breve promotes microbial balance in the digestive tracts of children.* B. breve seems to play a role in helping to establish a healthy microbiome, based on trials involving preterm babies. And, clinical research suggests it may be useful in recolonizing the guts of children who have undergone chemotherapy.*

Bifidobacterium lactis

A transient probiotic bacteria that inhabit the human intestines and the colon, B. lactis breaks down body waste and aids in the absorption of various vitamins and minerals.* One study showed that B. lactis helped preterm babies gain weight and helped develop their immune systems.* Beyond the babies, extensive research has shown that B. lactis is useful when it comes to abdominal comfort and proper digestion, helping to get the colon in shape and making occasional constipation a thing of the past.* Notably, preliminary lab research indicates B. lactis shows exciting potential in neutralizing certain issues associated with wheat.*

Lactobacillus gasseri

L. gasseri is naturally found in the human digestive and urinary tracts. It's been shown in clinical trials to help people lose weight.* Preliminary research indicates that L. gasseri may inhibit inflammation signaling at the genetic level.* L. gasseri may also support healthy cholesterol levels already within a normal range.*

Bifidobacterium infantis

B. infantis is a folate-producing beneficial bacteria, primarily found in the gastrointestinal tracts of healthy infants (and human mouths). It seems to play a critical role in establishing a healthy intestinal lining and a robust and well-regulated immune system.* Research has also linked B. infantis to helping mitigate inflammation in the digestive system and throughout the body, stating that it may reduce the production of inflammatory cytokines.* Research suggests B. infantis regulates the production of tryptophan, which is the precursor for serotonin (the neurotransmitter associated with a sense of satisfaction and happiness).* A note on folate: it's one of the B vitamins responsible for tissue growth and cell function.*

Bifidobacterium bifidum

Bifidobacteria are a group of bacteria that typically live in the human intestines and stomach, that help to perform essential functions like digestion and the maintenance of beneficial bacteria. One study suggests that B. bifidum may support immunity by staving off colds and touches of the flu in the winter months. Another clinical study indicates B. bifidum may help with abdominal discomfort caused by gas and bloating.* And yet another study states that B. bifidum can help with occasional diarrhea.* Clinical research suggests that B. bifidum can help maintain comfortable joint movement.* There's also a correlation to improved mental health (boosting mood and easing anxiety), as bifidobacterium is classified as a "psychobiotic", which affects central nervous system-related functions and behaviors mediated by the gut-brain-axis.

Bifidobacterium longum

One of the first bacteria to colonize our bodies at birth, B. longum has been associated with helping to digest milk and other challenging foods, as it produces lactic acid from the fermentation of sugar in the gut.* Research suggests that B. longum may support immunity and growth in children.* It's also linked to helping maintain healthy cholesterol levels already within a normal range.* And it's been studied to help alleviate stress.

Lactobacillus salivarius

L. salivarius is one of the most prevalent probiotic species in human saliva. It produces organic acids, such as lactic acid and acetic acid from carbohydrates. L. salivarius seems to help keep the microbial population in the mouth healthy.* Also, several clinical trials indicate that L. salivarius seems to help support the immune system and, as a result, support healthy skin.* Importantly, researchers state that it may keep the vagina healthy and comfortable by promoting a healthy pH balance.*

Bifidobacterium breve

B. breve is one of the most helpful probiotic bacteria in the human body due to its unique ability to compete with harmful bacteria by digesting a large variety of molecules. It's also prevalent in the colons of breastfed babies. B. breve is linked to helping with occasional constipation in children.* And when combined with a gluten-free (real food) diet, B. breve promotes microbial balance in the digestive tracts of children.* B. breve seems to play a role in helping to establish a healthy microbiome, based on trials involving preterm babies. And, clinical research suggests it may be useful in recolonizing the guts of children who have undergone chemotherapy.*

Bifidobacterium lactis

A transient probiotic bacteria that inhabit the human intestines and the colon, B. lactis breaks down body waste and aids in the absorption of various vitamins and minerals.* One study showed that B. lactis helped preterm babies gain weight and helped develop their immune systems.* Beyond the babies, extensive research has shown that B. lactis is useful when it comes to abdominal comfort and proper digestion, helping to get the colon in shape and making occasional constipation a thing of the past.* Notably, preliminary lab research indicates B. lactis shows exciting potential in neutralizing certain issues associated with wheat.*

Lactobacillus gasseri

L. gasseri is naturally found in the human digestive and urinary tracts. It's been shown in clinical trials to help people lose weight.* Preliminary research indicates that L. gasseri may inhibit inflammation signaling at the genetic level.* L. gasseri may also support healthy cholesterol levels already within a normal range.*

FAQ

How many strains does this formula have?

Our Infant Probiotic contains 7 clinically-proven human probiotic strains (B. infantis, B. bifidum, B. breve, B. longum, B. lactis, L. gasseri and L. salivarius (check out our ingredients section for more on the benefits of these probiotics for babies).

We use only the highest-quality probiotic bacteria: All strains have been thoroughly researched, documented and banked in recognized microbial culture collections. And all strains are non-GMO and American Type Culture Collection certified.

What strains were omitted from your Infant Probiotic, to avoid negative reactions?

We want nothing but gentleness for your baby. Smidge™ Infant Probiotic does not contain certain strains found in other probiotics that can cause histamine intolerance, d-lactic acidosis or other adverse reactions. This means no strains that produce d-lactate, no streptococcus thermophilus, no spore-forming strains; and only histamine-neutral and histamine degrading strains. It also does not contain prebiotics.

Why is L. plantarum omitted?

No plants here. L. plantarum, a plant-based strain, is omitted in Smidge™ Infant Probiotic because L. plantarum is a very potent strain that increases the potency of a probiotic formula. Because we wanted the infant formula to be less potent than the original Sensitive Probiotic powder, we did not include it. Customers with worries about d-lactate production may also prefer the omission of L. plantarum as it produces a small amount of d-lactate. However, it's important to remember that it helps balance the production of L-lactate.

Does Smidge™ Infant Probiotic contain prebiotics?

Nope. There are no prebiotics in Smidge™ Infant Probiotic. This is because prebiotics like inulin and maltodextrin are often included in other commercial brands as fillers, yet can feed pathogens and cause negative reactions in people with sensitive digestive systems. Breast milk already has its own unique prebiotics. And prebiotics have been added to infant formulas with beneficial effects. But bottom line, we want parents to be able to carefully develop their children's diets according to their unique situations.

Is the Infant Probtiotic free of all additives?

Yes! Smidge™ Infant Probiotic does not contain common additives, allergens or fillers. This means no excipients or other added ingredients, such as magnesium stearate, silica, titanium dioxide.

Is the Infant Probiotic free of common allergens?

Absolutely. Smidge™ Infant Probiotic is free of common allergens. All strains are grown on a dairy-free, soy-free, vegetarian, non-GMO culture. It does not contain milk/casein, eggs, fish, shellfish, wheat/gluten, peanuts, tree nuts, yeast, corn or soy.

Is the Infant Probiotic freeze-dried or live?

Brrrr. Smidge™ Infant Probiotic is comprised of freeze-dried bacteria. Old school probiotics contained live cultures that died in transit due to warm temperatures. Freeze-dried bacteria can withstand warmer temperatures during transit.

What kind of diet works best when taking Smidge™ Infant Probiotic?

Our Infant Probiotic powder works best with a wholesome, real food diet for mom and baby. Think healthy fats, organic or raw milk, wild-caught fish, grass-fed meat, organic vegetables; and the elimination of GMOs, additives, preservatives, chemicals and processed sugar/flour.

Tell me more about the studies on B. Infantis.

B. Infantis is amazing! As we touched on in the ingredients section, Bifidobacterium infantis is prevalent in the GI tracts of breastfed babies, as it feeds on unique oligosaccharides found in breast milk that infants can't digest — leaving little room for unwanted bacteria and supporting a healthy digestive ecosystem.*

In a scientific 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 conditions such as asthma, allergies 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 cesarean 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 red blood cell creation.*

Where are the ingredients in Smidge™ Infant Probiotic sourced and where is the supplement made?

The strains in our baby probiotics are sourced and produced in the U.S. :)

Can you ship Smidge™ Infant Probiotic powder in hot temperatures?

Yes! Smidge™ Infant Probiotic (and all of our probiotics!) can be shipped when it's hot outside. Because it requires refrigeration, we only ship orders Monday through Wednesday using two-day premium shipping services that include tracking. We also have an overnight shipping option.

Smidge™ probiotics are freeze-dried, so they hold up well to warm temperatures.

If a baby is breastfed do they not need this product?

We know fed is best! Regardless of whether your baby is breastfeeding or takes her nourishment from the bottle, a premium infant probiotic can help colonize little intestines with beneficial bacteria from the get-go, as well as offer digestive comfort, regularity and immunity.

Smidge™ Infant Probiotic consists of 50% Bifidobacterium infantis, which dominates in breastfed babies' intestines. This is also beneficial for nursing mom to baby, because the amount of healthy bacteria baby receives is dependent on mom's diet and microbiome. And let's face it, new moms do all the things, so sometimes getting all four food groups in can be a feat, and therefore we need probiotic supplementation (Plus, balanced gut bacteria make it possible for babies to digest breast milk effectively, and to gain the milk's full nutritional benefits.*)

See, newborns are exposed to their mother's bacteria when making their way down the birth canal. This kicks off the production of good and sometimes pathogenic bacteria in the baby's GI tract.

All of this means the right blend of beneficial bacteria — in the form of probiotic-rich foods and the clean supplements — is the life force inside you and your little one. And gut flora is responsible for how your kiddies respond to most everything, from their pitter-patter of little feet to their grown-up steps, on their health journeys.

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10/27/2020
Ali K.
United States United States
I can not use it. It me stomach pain and anxiety.

I gave me stomach pain and anxiety

AS
10/19/2020
Amanda S.
United States United States
I assume it’s working

We just started using a couple weeks ago. Just a “smidge” (1 scoop) per day mixed in his formula. A little goes a long way so it will last a very long time. I like how the measuring spoon comes with it. It seems to be easy to mix with the formula. My baby hasn’t had any adverse reactions. I can only assume the probiotics are working as there are no real physical changes. His skin does seem more clear so maybe that’s due to the probiotics. He does look healthy (many people have said so too). Pooh hasn’t changed much minus a short episode of diarrhea. I plan to continue to use and hope it’s helping build a strong healthy gut and immune system.

GM
10/13/2020
Gabriela M.
United States United States
AMAZING PROBIOTIC

My 3 month old was having severe ezcema and daily diarrhea. After two weeks of using Smidge, his skin cleared up and his bowel movements regulated! Health starts in the gut indeed!

C
05/26/2020
Cynthia
United States United States
EXCELLENT ! CHANGED MY LIFE !

Love this product and I am an adult using this daily ! No side effects ! I suffered from IBS and have not had problems for months ! THANK YOU SMIDGE !!!!❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

05/27/2020
Smidge™

Hi Cynthia, Thank you so much for your 5-star review on GutPro Infant [Smidge™ Infant Probiotic]. We are thrilled to know it has helped you with IBS. The whole reason these wonderful owners came together to form this product is to help change lives. Please keep us updated on your progress. We wish you the BEST!

FF
03/07/2020
Farrar F.
United States United States
Magic fairy dust!

This product does everything it says it will do. Other probiotics had caused my infant discomfort, but this one didn’t at all. We increased her dose gradually as suggested and in just a couple of weeks, her tummy troubles are gone. I’m a believer and have now ordered gut pro for myself!

03/08/2020
Smidge™

Hello Farrar, Thank you for your five-star review and for sharing your experience with GutPro Infant [Smidge™ Infant Probiotic]. We love your nickname for it: "Magic fairy dust." <3 We're so glad to hear that it's supporting your baby's digestion and easing her tummy troubles. That's huge- and just what this product intends to do :) How wonderful, too, that you're adding GutPro [Smidge™ Sensitive Probiotic] to your health regimen. We're honored to serve you and your sweet baby - and we wish you the best on your healthy journeys! Warm regards,