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Dairy Free Infant Probiotic

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I can't remember which infant probiotic is dairy free....is it Solaray? I'm looking all over the internet and I can't find a dairy free infant probiotic.

Anyone have a suggestion or a good link? TIA.
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You can find one by Natren, that I believe is dairy-free. I know that they do make regular probiotics that are dairy-free (grown on garbanzo beans! )
Its a powder, and is recomended for pregnant,new mothers and infants.
Oops, just checked, its not dairy-free, they recommend bifido-factor instead, by the same company.
Udo's also has a dairy-free probiotic
http://www.udoerasmus.com/products/p...infants_en.htm
hth
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fyi: the bottle of udo's infant probiotic says that it contains trace amounts of dairy and soy. i bought it specifically because the website claims it to be dairy-free, only to get home and see that on the bottle :
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fyi: the bottle of udo's infant probiotic says that it contains trace amounts of dairy and soy. i bought it specifically because the website claims it to be dairy-free, only to get home and see that on the bottle :
Yeah, Whole Foods carries this and I saw this on the label.

That's the only (almost) dairy free option? I thought surely there was another.
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fyi: the bottle of udo's infant probiotic says that it contains trace amounts of dairy and soy. i bought it specifically because the website claims it to be dairy-free, only to get home and see that on the bottle :
This happened to me with the Natren Bifidus. So annoying!!
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