As you all know by now I'm a guru for #guthealth - not only for me, but #baby. I have been looking at different types of #infantprobiotics that I can get my little one established with right away. Any other moms doing the same??♀️♀️I myself have been on 2 incredible probiotics for the past 2.5 years that have completely changed my health for the better. Now more than ever, it is urgent that modern women gain a better understanding of how their own gut health affects their bodies during #pregnancy and affects their #babies for a lifetime. There is long-lasting impact of passing on yeast/fungus/candida to your baby at #birth.
And as formama, did you know a woman is much more likely to have a yeast/fungus/candida overgrowth once she becomes #pregnant? Many women get their first yeast infection of their life once they became pregnant. This is due to hormonal shifts happening in the body that make it easier for yeast to thrive. Even something like heartburn which is also much more likely to happen to a woman when she's pregnant, can be the result of fungus overgrowth.
Baby’s first exposure to bacteria (good or bad) happens when he/she is traveling through the #birthcanal. If mama's gut is healthy, this exposure to the #vaginalflora is such a beneficial thing for baby! In instances where mom ends up having to receive #antibiotics for beta strep during #delivery, or needs a #Csection, baby's first exposure to beneficial bacteria is severely hindered. Further helping or hindering baby's developing #microbiome is whether or not mom chooses to #breastfeed. If/when this isn't an option, baby is losing still more opportunity to diversify a healthy microbiome by receiving mother's milk! When a mama chooses to heal and fortify her gut with ProBio5 & Vitialbiome during pregnancy and delivery, and while #nursing, she is helping reduce overall fungus/Candida in hers and baby's system, helping keep the microbiome populated with probiotics, and taking an active stand against a cacophony of health issues for baby in the future! (Including, but not limited to: #allergies, #autoimmune symptoms, #autism, #asthma, #colic and so much more!) #evivo