UpSpring Probiotic+Colostrum Sponsored Review

Disclosure: This review was made possible by iConnect and UpSpring.  I was provided compensation to facilitate this post, but all opinions stated are 100% mine.

My nine month old daughter has had so many tummy issues in her short life time. When she was a newborn, we found out that she had a dairy intolerance. Her tummy would rumble and growl and she had a horrible habit of spitting up everything she ate. She was also horribly constipated. She would go a week at a time without having a bowel movement and the doctor ended up putting her on a laxative when she was only two weeks old. I made the decision to change her formula to soy and it worked wonders, although she still has a few stomach issues to this day. Just a month or so ago, we found out she has a gluten intolerance! (the poor girl can’t catch a break!) Another thing to add onto her tummy problems..

For awhile now, we have been looking for the solution to her digestive issues. Her doctor suggested we try a probiotic. The only time I have ever used a probiotic for my children is when they are on antibiotics. The pharmacist swears that it helps with the stomach issues that arise with the use of antibiotics.

I have been giving my daughter UpSpring Probiotic+Colostrum now for about a week and already, I have noticed a difference in her. UpSpring’s Probiotic+Colostrum comes in small daily packets that can easily be added to a bottle. Each box contains a 30-day supply. UpSpring is a mom-founded company whose goal is to give parents and caregivers the confidence to raise their children knowing they are giving them the healthiest options possible.

In the short amount of time that she has been using UpSpring’s Probiotic+Colostrum, she has had noticeably less stomach upset and more regular bowel movements. She also has a tendency to get awfully sick and I am pretty sure it’s already boosted her immune system because she has been doing excellent. UpSpring’s Probiotic+Colostrum helps reduce occasional gas, diarrhea, and constipation. The colostrum that is added is naturally harvested bovine colostrum. The probiotic is gluten free, sugar free, hormone free and non GMO, which means it’s perfectly healthy for babies.

Overall, I am very impressed with UpSpring’s Probiotic+Colostrum! Up until now, I had not been able to find a single product that was able to relieve my daughter’s gas and tummy issues. If you’re looking for a product that is made with natural ingredients and free from gluten, sugar, GMO and hormones, look no further. Head on over to your local Target or Walgreens and pick up a box of UpSpring Probiotic+Colostrum for only $17.99 USD.

Disclosure: This review was made possible by iConnect and UpSpring.  I was provided compensation to facilitate this post, but all opinions stated are 100% mine.

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