Many kids like the taste of these chewables, and the tablets don’t stick to their teeth, according to parents. Generally good results in improving digestion and regularity.
Some parents say they don’t seem to work at all. Some kids don’t like the taste of the tablets.
Works well to resolve digestive issues and replenish gut flora after antibiotics, parents report. Individually wrapped tablets are a plus when traveling.
Some kids don’t like the taste. A few may have trouble chewing them. A few reports of digestive issues like constipation returning after several weeks of use.
Tiny pill is easy for kids to swallow. Does a good job of relieving stomach issues and improving regularity. Children tolerate the tablets well, with little to no stomach upset after taking.
Some children aren’t thrilled with the taste, and others won’t swallow the tablet. Pills are very small, hard to handle, and roll away easily.
Parents report good results with this tablet, often better than other chewable brands. Tablet is smaller than many other probiotic pills. Vitamins and probiotics are mainly vegetable-derived.
Not a chewable, which can be a problem for many kids. Dosage and nutrient levels are labeled in a misleading way, some parents feel.
Very easy to administer to infants, with liquid allowing for tailored doses to children of different ages and weights. Doesn’t need refrigeration.
Results are mixed when using to treat stomach issues or colic. Taste of the liquid is too strong for some. Babies may spit up right after receiving a dose.
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