We all know the amazing benefits of breastfeeding however we also know that not all babies are able to access this for a multitude of reasons. And then as babies grow into busy toddlers our feeding journeys take us down many different paths.
As any parent will tell you, toddlers are much more interested in playing and exploring the world than getting all the vital nutrients into their mouths at mealtimes.
That’s why news of Global leader in infant nutrition, Biostime Supplement’s first children’s supplement containing the prebiotic, 2’-Fucosyllactose (2’-FL) Human Milk Oligosaccharide (HMO) – an ingredient similar to that found abundantly in breastmilk – is such an exciting but also significant achievement.
This breakthrough brings us one step closer to providing some of the nutritional benefits of breastfeeding when the option to do so is unavailable. It’s a game-changer for parents who want to know they are providing their children with the best possible start to life.
The Biostime® 2’-FL HMO ProBoost + Vit D supplement, which is suitable for children aged 12 months and above, contains Vitamin D to further support healthy immune function. Vitamin D also assists absorption of dietary calcium to support healthy bone and teeth development.
Biostime® 2’-FL HMO ProBoost + Vit D is available in powder form which means you can add it to water, milk, toddler milk drinks or other beverages.
As Biostime Supplements is backed by over 20 years of scientific expertise, you know you’re giving your child a product you can trust.
With only 1 in 10 children over the age of 12 months still consuming breastmilk, our 2’-FL HMO supplement is an incredibly exciting scientific advancement, giving Aussie parents peace of mind that they’re providing their children with a supplement to help them grow and thrive.
Disclaimer – This medicine may not be right for you. Always read the label and any warnings before purchase. Follow the directions for use. If symptoms persist, talk to your health professional. Supplements may only be of assistance if dietary intake is inadequate. Vitamin supplements should not replace a balanced diet. 2′-FL is not derived from human breastmilk.