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Parent’s Guide To Probiotics For Children

  “Research has shown that bacteria talk to the brain and our immune system,” says Rinarani Sanghavi, M.D., Director of Neurogastroenterology and GI Motility at Children’s Health℠ and Associate Professor at UT Southwestern. She added that probiotics may play a huge role in brain development, cognition and mood because each child has their own individual […]

Probiotics For Pet Care Internally & Externally

  However, external care of our pets with probiotics are equally essential to internal care. Probiotic external care products work as amazing natural cleaners that don’t just effectively eliminate bad bacteria, remove unpleasant odours, dirt and grime on your pets but also biofilm on a microscopic level. Here at OOMMI Probiotics we are proud to […]

Why & How You Should Use A Lingerie Wash

  How to use? Hand wash using 1-3 caps for a small load and 3-5 caps for a medium load. For optimal effectiveness, soak corset/innerwear before washing. Do not mix with any other detergents or softeners. Suitable for all fabrics. It is safe to use on corsets, bras, scarfs, shape wear, underwear, stockings, tights, and […]

Benefits of Breastfeeding with Probiotics

  Prevent the incidence of NEC in breastfed infants  Postpartum maternal supplementation with probiotic bacteria may decrease the incidence of NEC in breastfed infants. Necrotising enterocolitis, or NEC, is a serious disease that affects the intestines of premature infants. It typically happens within the first 2 weeks of life in babies who are fed formula […]

What Are Plant Probiotics?

  The OOMMI Probiotics Plant & Flower is a concentrated probiotic solution formulated from a powerful blend of beneficial microbes which are cultured using an advanced Japanese technology. It is a natural and safe solution made without any nasty unnecessary ingredients. To use, simply dilute the amount needed 1:10 (one part OOMMI to 10 parts […]

Fighting Covid With Probiotics

  Choose The Right Probiotic for You Probiotics need to go on a journey through our digestive system, which is filled with acid and bile so probiotics should contain at least one billion to 10 billion viable organisms. It is also vitally important to consume a prebiotic along with the probiotic to assist in proliferation/reproduction […]