Your Baby’s Microbiome – Gut Bacteria and Antibiotics ❤️
07
March

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Hi, my name is Christian Bates. I’m an osteopath, a naturopath and baby expert at the Perrymount Clinic in Haywards Heath,
and I want to give you one of my baby top tips today. What I want to talk about
today was a buzz word that’s going around which is the microbiome. Microbiome is
basically your baby’s gut bacteria, whether it has too much bad or not
enough good, and what science is finding is that if your baby’s had antibiotics
close to their birth it’s changing this microbiome -this good and bad bacteria.
And the problem is that this has a future effect on your child’s health. So,
they’ve even found that years down the line, they have an increased chance of
asthma and eczema and food allergies, and even obesity. So, my big tip today is if
you or your baby’s had antibiotics around the birth, you should take a
specialist probiotic, and this can help correct their microbiome or gut bacteria. If you’ve enjoyed this tip go to www.happybabyexpert.com where you can download this free PDF that I’ve written. It’s jam-packed full of ideas on how to help your baby
and calm them and make them happy. If you live local to Haywards Heath, then you can come in and see me for a treatment. I hope you enjoyed the tip, and I’ll see you soon.


One thought on “Your Baby’s Microbiome – Gut Bacteria and Antibiotics ❤️

  1. What part of the tip shared with you in this video opened your eyes about the importance of your baby's gut bacteria and the impact of antibiotics on its gut health? Please leave a comment below. Thank you.

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