Similac® Probiotic Tri-Blend

A Unique Blend of 3 Probiotic Strains

MICROBIAL COLONIZATION IN INFANCY IS ESSENTIAL FOR A LIFETIME OF GOOD HEALTH.1

Infants rely on colonization by beneficial bacteria at birth to support the development of the immune system and gastrointestinal tract.2

UNBALANCED

Imbalances in colonization may be caused by: 

CESAREAN SECTION

ANTIBIOTIC EXPOSURE

EXPOSURE TO HOSPITAL ENVIRONMENT

BALANCED

Probiotic supplementation provides beneficial bacteria that can improve gut balance3

EARLY INTERVENTION MAY2:

IMPROVE GUT MICROBIAL COMPOSITION

STRENGTHEN GUT MUCOSAL BARRIER

SUPPORT THE IMMUNE SYSTEM

The Unique Similac Probiotic Blend

Multistrain and multispecies probiotics may have functional advantages over single strains.4

Similac Probiotic Tri-Blend is an exclusive multistrain and multispecies combination of probiotic bacteria:

Bifidobacterium lactis (BB-12®), Bifidobacterium infantis (BB-02), & Streptococcus thermophilus (TH-4®)

HIGH-QUALITY STANDARDS

Similac Probiotic Tri-Blend undergoes multiphase safety testing to ensure the probiotic is ready for hospital use.

The single-use product packaging and Abbott’s cold chain transport system help to protect against contamination and maintain potency throughout the supply chain.5

Our product is stable at room temperature up to the date listed on cartons and sachets. Refrigeration is not required if stored at or below 25⁰C (77⁰F).

SIMILAC PROBIOTIC TRI-BLEND MIXES EASILY IN A SMALL VOLUME

By using Similac Probiotic Tri-Blend and its unique multistrain combination, infants can experience the benefits of probiotics in just one sachet per day.*

Each sachet mixes easily with 3 mL breast milk, donor milk, infant formula, sterile water, or 5% glucose water (commercially sterile).

Backed by Science, From a Brand You Trust

ALL PROBIOTICS ARE NOT THE SAME

Probiotic effects are dose, condition, and strain dependent.6

THE MOST COMPREHENSIVE PORTFOLIO OF INFANT NUTRITION

* This statement has not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. 
† Applies to Similac infant formulas.

References: 1. Makino H. Biosci Microbiota Food Health. 2018;37(4):79-85. 2. Houghteling PD, et al. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr. 2015;60(3):294-307. 3. Hemarajata P, et al. Therap Adv Gastroenterol. 2013;6(1):39-51. 4. Timmerman HM, et al. Int J Food Microbiol. 2004;96(3):219-233. 5. Data on file. Abbott Nutrition. 2019. 6. Sanders ME. Probiotics. International Scientific Association for Probiotics and Prebiotics website. https://isappscience.org/probiotics/. Accessed March 17, 2019.