BLIS K12 Probiotic Gum During Pregnancy Protects Baby’s Health

The mother’s kiss that protects…

Group B Streptococcus and other infections can pose life-threatening hazards to newborn babies. Researchers have discovered that newborn babies receive and colonize protective, beneficial probiotic bacteria from the saliva of their mother! Professor John Tagg and his team of researchers at New Zealand’s University of Otago have been giving pregnant women BLIS K12 oral probiotic in the last few weeks of pregnancy. They’ve found that, once colonized in the mother, this beneficial probiotic bacteria is passed on to the baby and offers protection against Group B Strep and other infections.

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