Probiotics and pregnancy

The first three years of life, including the time spent in the mother’s womb, are the key to the development of a child’s immune system. The mother’s diet and breastfeeding have an impact on the child’s intestinal microflora and the immune system, and adequate establishment of intestinal microflora and its maintenance in life contribute to good health in childhood and adulthood. Vitamins and minerals in the mother’s diet are important for proper growth and development of the child, and to protect the mother’s health, and probiotics stimulate a balanced development of intestinal microflora.