Infuse Issue 11 May 2020 - Page 28

PRODUCT SHOWCASE Biostime Infant Probiotics with Vitamin D: • Supports the immune system • Promotes healthy digestion • Helps restore good intestinal micro flora • Global leader in children’s supplements • Based on scientific evidence Always read the label. Follow the directions for use. Supplements may only be of assistance when dietary intake is inadequate. Click on the website links below to learn more! a2 Milk™ comes from cows specially selected to produce milk which contains only the A2 protein and no A1 protein. Published research suggests that a2 Milk™ may help reduce digestive discomfort in some people. 1,2,3 @a2milkau | @a2milkusa Are you interested in an evidence-based, drug- free  alternative / adjunct to traditional IBD or IBS treatments? Are your patients anxious about finding ‘safe’ foods to get the nutrition they need? ElementGold: the great tasting partial elemental shake. 1300 702 900 Kombucha brewed true. It’s what we do. • Live and thriving cultures and probiotics • Authentic balanced fermentation • Naturally low sugar, free from stevia • Made with real fruit • Always chilled for happy, healthy cultures. | @mojobeverages Vita-Weat crispbreads are made with 100% whole grains, providing a source of fibre and niacin to unlock energy. Enjoy the grainy goodness with your favourite toppings for a healthy snack with a delicious crunch. | @arnottsbiscuits Elevit Probiotics & Elevit DHA are new additions to the Elevit range, designed to help women meet their nutritional requirements during pregnancy and breastfeeding. Probiotics support the microbiome and immune function while DHA is essential for the healthy development of baby’s brain and eyes. | @elevitaus REFERENCES 1. Sheng X, et al (2019). Effects of Conventional Milk Versus Milk Containing Only A2 b-Casein on Digestion in Chinese Children: A Randomized Study. J. Pediatr. Gastroenterol. Nutr., 69:3. 2. He M, et al (2017). Effects of cow’s milk beta-casein variants on symptoms of milk intolerance in Chinese adults: a multicentre, randomised controlled study. Nutr J. 16:72, 3. Brooke-Taylor S, et al (2017). Systematic Review of the Gastrointestinal Effects of A1 Compared with A2 -Casein, Adv Nutr, 8:5.