Breastfeeding is the ideal nutrition to preserve the useful enteric flora and strengthen the infant’s immune system.

Synbiotic : B.lactis & FOS

– Prevalence of beneficial intestinal flora,
– Strengthening the immune system
– Prevention of allergic manifestations
The 5 major nucleotides present in breast milk is cytidine, uridine, adenosine, inosine
and guanosine.
Bibliography clearly shows that nucleotides:
– Strengthen the immune system,
– Promote the development of natural intestinal flora and
– Contribute to increased production of poly-unsaturated long chain fatty acids

Poly-unsaturated long chain fatty acids which are essential for brain, nervous system and eyesight development.

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Breast milk is acknowledged as the best for a baby's nutrition and breastfeeding exclusively for the first 6 months is considered the best feeding option for the baby.