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The importance of a healthy gut
A healthy gut helps babies grow strong and healthy. Taking care of intestinal health and the correct composition of the intestinal bacterial microflora means positively affecting the general well-being, because the intestine regulates digestive processes, nutrient absorption, vitamin synthesis and the immune response.
Buona for gastrointestinal health
Multiple factors may affect the infant’s intestinal health. For example, cesarean delivery and non-exclusive breastfeeding are some of the factors that may adversely affect the intestinal flora balance and intestinal health. Our goal is to support intestinal well-being in the presence of all risk factors, at all stages of development and in the event of any gastrointestinal disorders.
The solution for every symptom
Our products allow us to control all the main symptoms of gastrointestinal disorders: diarrhoea, vomiting, nausea, abdominal pain, bloating, and to support rebalancing of the intestinal flora after acute episodes, and the formation of a balanced bacterial flora in the first years of life in infants born by caesarean section and not exclusively breastfed.
Leading, innovative treatments
Buona products comply with all the requirements of the leading scientific societies in gastroenterology for the treatment of all gastrointestinal disorders and are based on innovative technologies that are conducive to ensuring adherence to therapy from the very first years of life.
Diarrhoea, nausea and vomiting
Diarrhoea, nausea and vomiting are the main symptoms of acute gastroenteritis, an infection of viral or bacterial origin that is very common in children. Diarrhoea and vomiting cause the loss of a lot of fluids, exposing the child to the risk of dehydration, a condition that must be quickly controlled by using a rehydrating solution
Intestinal flora health
The flora forms in the first few years of life and is influenced by the type of birth, the type of breastfeeding, the type of diet, as well as environmental factors. When conditions are less than optimal, such as no vaginal birth and no exclusive breastfeeding, and in the presence of gastrointestinal disorders, strategies must be adopted to support the optimal formation of intestinal flora. In addition to acting on lifestyle and diet, the use of probiotics based on Lactobacilli and Bifidobacteria is recommended.
Constipation is a common intestinal disorder in children which can lead to a reduced number of weekly evacuations, difficulty in evacuating, hard, dry and pebble-like stools, pain, abdominal cramps and bloating, sensation of anal blockage and incomplete evacuation.