Upspring probiotic & colostrum

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When a little one has an upset tummy, the whole household will know pretty quickly. I have a nephew who was just really prone to having an upset belly. I remember babysitting him and being shown how to hold him in a certain position that comforted him the most. Sometimes it seemed as if nothing could help him. He was so tiny and his little face would get so red and he would have this really angry sounding scream. He was not happy. After several doctors visits his formula was changed to one that helped some, but he still had bouts of belly upset after that.

I never really heard about probiotics until just a few years ago. Now, more and more people are learning the importance of a well-balanced microbiome. The microbiome is the collection of bacteria that children inherit from birth that control gut and immune health for years to come.


UpSpring Probiotic & Colostrum is made for babies and kids from 4 months to 2 years old. It works in two main ways. It helps to reduce occasional digestive upset, and it provides additional immune support. It includes 6 probiotic strains and prebiotics. Prebiotics help beneficial bacteria flourish.  Each serving of UpSpring Probiotic & Colostrum contains 5 billion active cultures. Colostrum acts like a prebiotic, providing a complete range of antibodies for additional immune support. This results in the ability to help reduce gas, diarrhea, constipation and other tummy troubles.

UpSpring Probiotic and Colostrum

Plus, nothing in UpSpring Probiotic & Colostrum is artificial. It is gluten-free, sugar-free, non GMO and free from hormones.

Interested in trying UpSpring with your little one? Find it in Target or Walgreens stores, or on



This post currently has 8 responses.

  • gloria patterson

    “Probiotics” is a big topic they have so many things out to help with this problem

    One of the things I really like about this is that it is “Individual packs”

  • Amber Ludwig

    Oooh what an awesome companion to formula feeding!! Im shocked this hasn’t been created sooner!! Seriously so awesome!

  • Jenni Tilton-Flood

    “Free from hormones”? All food contains hormones (which are not dangerous, but natural). Especially colostrum which is the first milk produced by mammals immediately after giving birth. So is this man made?

  • hannah

    I’ve never heard of a product like this, but it makes sense. We know adults need healthy probiotics sometimes, so why not babies? Especially if they have issues with formula, which signals gut issues.

  • ellen beck

    Like you, the probiotic thing is new to me. I do understand the basics of it, and do know an imbalance can cause you body to try and compensate and in the process it might feel like a upset tummy. I am wondering a bit about thee colostrum part of this, as thats from initial breast milk and why would an older child need it? I think this product would be a good ting, but I dont understand that part.

  • Jeanine Carlson

    I would probably research it more before using it, but it’s an interesting idea.

  • Lauryn R

    I wish they had this when my son was a baby, it sounds great! He had terrible stomach issues. I believed that it was from dairy and tried so many things to help him get some relief. 🙁 It was definitely not an easy experience.

  • Peggy Nunn

    I have not heard of Upspring before. I am telling my niece about it. It may help her little one. Thank you for introducing me to UpSpring Probiotic & Colostrum.

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