QIARA is a groundbreaking new probiotic containing Lactobacillus Fermentum originally isolated from healthy human breast milk which has been specifically formulated for pregnant and breastfeeding mums.
Although, the active ingredient Lactobacillus Fermentum was found in healthy human breast milk by researchers in 2005 and there has been significant research and clinical trials supporting its benefits.
QIARA works by increasing the natural occurrence of beneficial probiotic bacteria Lactobacillus Fermentum in the breast milk of lactating mothers. It provides support to the immune system of the mother and infant, both in the womb and through breastfeeding.
The active ingredient in QiaraTM is Lactobacillus Fermentumand is naturally found in healthy mother’s milk.
Qiara gives nature a helping hand, supplementing the natural occurrence of Lactobacillus Fermentum in mothers, enhancing breast milk and providing benefits to mother and baby during pregnancy and whilst breastfeeding.
Lactobacillus Fermentum supplementation has been extensively tested and trialled in clinical studies with well documented benefits to both mother and baby. Truly a precious gift shared between mother and baby.
Qiara is a probiotic with its active ingredient originally isolated from human breast milk.
Mothers and their babies in Australia and New Zealand lead the world by being able to benefit from the research and clinical trials of the probiotic Lactobacillus Fermentum that is naturally found in healthy human breast milk and is now available commercially as QiaraTM.
QiaraTM truly is a precious gift shared between mother and baby during pregnancy and breastfeeding.
Benefits for mother and baby include:
•Assists mother’s breast health and reduces the risk of breast tenderness during lactation.
•Provides immune support for both mother and baby.
•Studies have shown that supplementation ofLactobacillus Fermentum probiotic strain supports the mother’s breast health and reduces the risk of breast tenderness during lactation and potential onset of infection which may result from the absence ofLactobacillus Fermentum in the mother’s breast milk.
•May assist in strengthening baby and newborns’ natural defences.
•Protection for both mother and newborn babies.
•May assist in building a healthy immune system for mother and baby.
•Helps maintain a healthy digestive microflora system.
•Provides support for the development of healthy gut flora in babies.
•Increases beneficial probiotic bacteria (L. Fermentum) in the breast milk of lactating mothers.