Beneficial natural bacteria for digestive and immune health

Probiotics help maintain the natural balance of our digestive system. This explains why probiotics are widely used to prevent diarrhea and support normal bowel function, especially during and after antibiotic treatment. In addition, probiotics may decrease colic symptoms and reduce some irritable bowel syndrome symptoms1.An increasing number of research studies also show the benefits of probiotics in addressing respiratory and common cold conditions. Probiotics are safe and effective in reducing common cold-associated symptoms, such as fever, rhinorrhea, and cough incidences2,3.Anlit’s Probiotics and Prebiotics supplements, which come in the delicious, child-friendly Kidi Bites format, have won the hearts of kids all over the world.

Active ingredients

• Various live bacteria strains in different dosages plus inulin-sourced fructo-oligosaccharides (prebiotics)

Description and indication

• Daily-use formula with 1-5 billion active cultures
• Delicious, sugar-free, smooth chocolate-like texture designed specifically to appeal to kids
• Proprietary microencapsulation technology that supports bacteria survivability
• No preservatives and no artificial coloring or flavoring• Packaged safely in individually sealed blister packs

Product options

Packaging: 20-unit blister pack, 2.8 g per unit
Flavors: Vanilla, strawberry, orange, or chocolate
Shapes: Bear or cube shape
Dairy or Vegan: With or without milk powder

The production process

• Leverages mild conditions that promote high levels of bacteria survivability
• Follows stringent quality and production standards

Industry leadershipAnlit’s parent company, the Maabarot Group, is a member of the International Probiotics Association (IPA), an international non-governmental organization (NGO) with members from industry and academia, dedicated to the exchange of research and the latest breakthroughs in probiotic technology and new product development.

1 Paediatrics and Child Health, 2012; 17(10):575.
2 Pediatrics, 2009; 124(2):e172-179.
3 Clinical Nutrition Journal, 2013; 33(4), 581–587.