OptiBac Probiotics For Babies and Children.

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  • Sachets

What our customers say

  • B McC


    This is a great product and easy to give to my 9 month old. I just let her lick it off my finger and for some reason she loves it! Will definitely plan to have on hand for my own use if there is a baby #2 and I have to be on antibiotics after delivery.

    Nov 10 2017 5
Product Description
  • Suitable for children from birth to 12 years old
  • Contains 3 strains of probiotics, plus a prebiotic
  • 3 billion probiotics per sachet
  • With added Vitamin D for immunity
  • Helps with digestive problems and skin problems
  • Easy 1 daily sachet dosage
  • Also suitable for pregnant women

Why supplement with Optibac probiotics?

Optibac Probiotics For Babies and Children have a New and Improved formula, now with added vitamin D and L. rhamnosus GG – the most scientifically studied strain in the world!

Gut health should be a priority for us all, with 70% of the immune system in the gut. Scientists continue to prove that probiotics are fundamental to good overall health. Optibac Probiotics For babies and Children offer a natural option for supporting gut and immune health in babies and children.

The three probiotic strains in this supplement have undergone clinical trials worldwide, and the new formulation now includes Vitamin D to support immunity. These probiotics can benefit immunity, general digestive health and overall wellbeing as result of keeping the digestive and immune systems well maintained

The new and improved Optibac formula contains:

  • Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG
  • Bifidobacterium breve M16V®
  • Lactobacillus rhamnosus HN001
  • Vitamin D3
  • Prebiotic FOS fibres
  • Same 3 billion probiotics count per sachet that parents have come to expect from Optibac


Optibac for Babies and Children are proved to support immune health and gut health. They can also aid with colic (excessive crying), improve symptoms of allergies to cow’s milk, and reduce skin conditions such as eczema.

The first 1,000 days of a child’s life are incredibly important for microbiome development, offering a chance to positively influence health in later years. Even after this stage, diet, environment, and lifestyle can influence the gut health and the microbiome, the health of which can affect susceptibility to complaints such as: respiratory tract infections, colic, asthma, eczema, IBS, constipation and diarrhoea and cow’s milk allergies.