Enhancing your baby’s good health with healthy microorganisms
during the first 1000 days of life From conception to infancy This is a very important time for the health of the future baby. Optimal intake of nutrients and microorganisms for both mother and baby All are things that will promote the health of children as they grow up. There are many factors that negatively affect the balance of microorganisms such as1 Caesarean section, canned milk instead of breast milk, or the baby needs antibiotics, etc.
Studies have shown that babies born through caesarean section have good microorganisms such as lactobacillus. lower compared to babies born by natural means2 The result is Babies are more likely to develop allergies, asthma, type 1 diabetes and obesity than babies born naturally.1 However, it is imperative for some mothers to choose a caesarean delivery for some mothers. because of the safety in that situation
Currently, studies are being conducted to find ways that can help babies born by caesarean section. can return to have a good balance of microorganisms similar to that of babies born through natural methods as much as possible one of them is Feeding babies healthy microorganisms such as Lactobacillus reuteri DSM17938 (Lactobacillus reuteri DSM17938), which has been found in clinical studies. Able to adjust the microflora of babies born by caesarean section to return to balance. Equivalent to natural birth3
Healthy babies with probiotics Lactobacillus reuteri DSM17938
There is a large medical study in Italy. We studied 554 newborns to look at the effects of taking probiotics. Lactobacillus reuteri DSM17938 It was taken from the first day after birth and continued for 90 days. Compared to the placebo-treated infants, it was found that the infants taking the probiotic Lactobacillus reuteri DSM17938 There was a 47% reduction in agitation*, a 37% reduction in milk regurgitation*, and a 17% increase in excretion*.
It was also found that It is more cost-effective as it reduces morbidity and hospitalization rates.4 There is advice from the doctor’s treatment guidelines. The International Association of Gastroenterologists recommends that babies take probiotics. Lactobacillus reuteri DSM17938 to prevent colic screams It is recommended to eat a quantity of 10.8 CFU per day from birth until 3 months of age (evidence level 1)5,*
**Study results at 3 months after taking probiotics Lactobacillus reuteri compared to the placebo group, statistically significantly different (p<0.01), ***Oxford Center for Evidence-Based Medicine levels of evidence for treatment benefits relative. to the question “Does this intervention help?” Evidence level 1: Study type Systematic review of randomized trials or n-of-1 trials.
- Rodríguez JM, Murphy K, Stanton C, Ross RP, Kober OI, Juge N, Avershina E, Rudi K, Narbad A, Jenmalm MC, Marchesi JR. The composition of the gut microbiota throughout life, with an emphasis on early life. Microbial ecology in health and disease. 2015 Dec 1;26(1):26050.
- Reid G, Younes JA, Van der Mei HC, Gloor GB, Knight R, Busscher HJ. Microbiota restoration: natural and supplemented recovery of human microbial communities. Nature Reviews Microbiology. 2011 Jan;9(1):27-38.
- Rodenas CL, Lepage M, Ngom-Bru C, Fotiou A, Papagaroufalis K, Berger B. Effect of formula containing Lactobacillus reuteri DSM 17938 on fecal microbiota of infants born by cesarean-section. Journal of pediatric gastroenterology and nutrition. 2016 Dec 1;63(6):681-7.
- Indrio F, Di Mauro A, Riezzo G, Civardi E, Intini C, Corvaglia L, Ballardini E, Bisceglia M, Cinquetti M, Brazzoduro E, Del Vecchio A. Prophylactic use of a probiotic in the prevention of colic, regurgitation, and functional constipation: a randomized clinical trial. JAMA pediatrics. 2014 Mar 1; 168 (3): 228-33.
- Guarner F, Ellen Sanders M, Eliakim R, Fedorak R, Gangl A, Garisch J, Kaufmann P. Karakan T. World gastroenterology organisation global guidelines: probiotics and prebiotics February 2017: 1-35.
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