GutPro Infant Probiotic Powder UK

RRP £69.95
67 In stock

Organic3 GutPro Infant Probiotic is very similar to Gutpro Powder, but has a few key differences which makes it more friendly to sensitive stomachs. It is half the Potency of the Original GutPro™ Powder, B. Infantis makes up 50% of the formula and it does not contain L. Plantarum. To measure the right amount each time, use the Organic3 GutPro Measuring Spoons sold on this website.

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Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 1/64 heaping teaspoon (approx 82.5 mg)
Servings Per Container: 181
  Amount Per Serving
Probiotic Blend (6 billion CFU) 77 mg*
Bifidobacterium infantis
Bifidobacterium bifidum
Bifidobacterium longum
Lactobacillus salivarius
Bifidobacterium breve
Bifidobacterium lactis
Bifidobacterium gasseri 
*Daily Value not established.

Other Ingredients

None

Please note: The measuring scoops are sold separately.

STORAGE: To ensure maximum potency secure the cap after every use and refrigerate.

AVOID MOISTURE: If moisture enters the bottle, it can render the probiotic bacteria inactive. Do not remove the moisture-absorbing packet from the bottle.


START LOW and SLOW! GutPro® Powder, GutPro® Infant, and Primal Gut™ Powder contain no fillers. They are highly concentrated probiotics formulated unlike any other probiotics on the market. They can be effective even at low doses. Start with only a portion of the smallest measuring spoon (see graphic) and increase in small increments over time or as guided by a qualified healthcare professional.

Place a pencil-point amount of GutPro® Infant in the baby’s mouth prior to nursing or mix with a small amount of breastmilk or formula on a spoon and give immediately before feeding. Increase the dose in tiny increments if needed or as guided by a qualified healthcare professional. Note: You may not need to give infants probiotics daily. Depending on your baby’s sensitivity, you may choose to give the probiotic less frequently (every other day, bi-weekly, once per week, etc).