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Four weeks ago, my husband came down with what I thought was the dreaded man cold. Alas, it was not that at all, but rather the ravage-through-the-house stomach bug. Eek! Within two days my daughter had contracted the stomach bug. My husband’s doctor had recommended that he take a probiotic to help re-balance his gut, and when my daughter showed similar symptoms, I immediately began her on a probiotic regimen.
Our pediatrician recommended that the kids take a probiotic when the boys were small and experiencing tummy troubles. I gave them a probiotic for a while but forgot after time. My daughter’s stomach bug brought probiotics back to mind, and I started not only her, but all of the kids, on a daily Hyperbiotics Pro-Kids. She has proclaimed positive results since beginning, and she actually reminds me every day to give her the probiotic. This is the first time ever that she has asked to take a tablet!
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I give her a daily Hyperbiotic Pro-Kids (recommended for ages 4 and up) for a few reasons:
1)It increases the good bacteria in her tummy. A large amount of our immune systems lie in our digestive tract. Probiotics can assist in replenishing the good bacteria to help combat the bad bacteria.
2)Hyperbiotics Pro-Kids are a vegetarian, non-GMO, lactose-free, gluten-free, sugar-free, preservative-free, and artificial flavor-free way of replenishing with good bacteria. Some foods, like yogurt, have probiotics, but sometimes dairy can worsen tummy troubles. Hyperbiotics Pro-Kid help balance the gut within irritating substances like dairy and sugar.
3)Hyperbiotics Pro-Kids contain a time-released formula that can survive the harsh acids in the stomach.
4)Hyperbiotics promote improved immunity and can improve energy and clarity.
5)Hyperbiotics Pro-Kids are easy for kids to swallow and do not need to be refrigerated. This means that they are portable and can be taken in a carry on to Grandma’s house for summer sleepovers!
I’ve made my daughter a cute personalized vinyl case to carry her essentials to and from Grandma’s. I’ve made one for me, too, which is the one that you’ll see in the below photos since I keep kiddo-information to a medium online. But hers is the exact same, and this is an easy 30 minute customized project!
Supplies (If using a cutting machine like a Cricut Explore Air):
- Permanent vinyl
- StandardGrip Cutting Mat
- Cutting Machine
- Transfer Tape
- Vinyl case
Supplies (If not using a cutting machine):
- Vinyl case
- Transfer tape
- Vinyl monogram (cut with scissors or gotten from someone who has a cutting machine)
If you are cutting the monogram on your own cutting machine, follow this tutorial on making a split level monogram. Cut the monogram from the permanent vinyl.
Cut a piece of transfer tape the same size as the monogram.
Peel off the sticky backing from the transfer tape. Apply the transfer tape to the monogram.
Peel the backing from the monogram so that the only items left are the monogram on the transfer tape.
Press the vinyl/transfer tape onto the center of the vinyl travel case.
Use something with a sharp edge to smooth the monogram and adhere it to the vinyl case.
Remove the transfer tape.
Check the monogram to make sure that the edges are attached well.
Now she can pack her essentials, and she is ready to go! I’ve noticed that her “essentials” usually consist of sparkly things and hair paraphernalia.
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These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Probiotics support many facets of overall health when taken regularly as part of a balanced diet and healthy lifestyle.