L. reuteri Protectis has been tested in more than 120 clinical trials and proven safe for children. Vitamin D contributes to the normal function of the immune system in children and is also needed for normal growth and development of bone in children.
Directions: 5 drops once daily. One dose consists of a minimum of 100 million live L. reuteri Protectis and 10 μg of vitamin D3.
Ingredients: Sunflower oil, medium chain triglyceride oil (palm kernel), L. reuteri DSM 17938 and vitamin D3.
Please be advised that Well.ca follows manufacturer guidelines for storing & shipping probiotics.
Sarah: a few months ago
This is one of the only probiotic in drop form I have been able to find which is a need for those who are exclusively breastfeeding. This has been a lifesaver for my newborn who has had some gut discomfort. The drops come out fairly quickly which I like since you need to get 5 drops in their mouth at one time. I can get them in before he moves his head or closes his mouth. The vitamin D is not the full quantity of what breastfed babies need so we still give him additional supplements there.
Jenn: a few months ago
Love this product. It made a world of difference for my baby. He was always gassy and grunting as a newborn, and once we started these, it eased right up. I ran out of them for a week, and the grunting came right back. Now, at 5 mo he's still on them and doing great. Love that there's vit D in there too. Definitely save money not having to buy those drops separately. I add enough to my cart for free shipping, and my package always comes days later - super quick!
Holly: a few months ago
That's the smallest bottle of anything ever that I've ever paid $40 for! And..That's the most I've ever paid for shipping from anywhere and at $20 for one miniature sized bottle- I figured it must be a fantastic product that others would be willing to do so. For $60 total, I tried out the "wonder product" and did not find it did anything at all. It's all relative they say- depends on the person. Ok, I could consider finding out if a different dose would make a difference but I can't afford these prices anyway. I am left feeling taken advantage of by people who know their product is for the desperate..