First, Replenish Your Child’s Gut and Encourage Focus
1. Take a high-quality multi-strain probiotic formula to balance gut bacteria and promote a healthy digestive system. The best probiotics can withstand stomach acids and enable the bacteria reach the gut alive to perform their health-enhancing duties. Otherwise, the stomach’s acidic environment might make the probiotic totally useless, which is a huge waste of money.
We’ve tried a bunch of probiotics over the years, but my youngest loves this probiotic, and I love the care that has gone into their products. I’ve corresponded with the company’s owner and am highly impressed with her knowledge base and attention to detail.
One thing to note is that if you or your child has histamine intolerance, you might wish to read this post on low-histamine probiotics when choosing what probiotic to take.
2. Eat probiotic-rich foods such as non-dairy yogurt, kefir, sauerkraut, kimchi, miso soup, pickles, tempeh, and kombucha tea.