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Understanding the health needs and wellbeing of mothers are our first priorities. We sought the advice of top gastrointestinal experts and made a breakthrough in formulating a range of probiotics using only clinically proven strains. The selected strains of Human-Residential Bacteria (or HRB) and Lactobacillus rhamnosus strains are known to be more compatible with human body and human breast milk* due to their human origin. These strains are also evaluated by the most stringent institution in USA to be suitable even for infants and granted with GRAS status.

FAMIMOM is ideal for preconception, expectant and lactating mothers to promote healthier pregnancies and to maintain wellbeing after delivery.

* Selected strains


  • Healthier Digestive Health and Gut Immunity

Healthy gut has been linked to a strong immune system. ImmuG® helps to support the gut and immune system, while Lactoferrin modulates the immune responses and promotes the growth of beneficial bifidobacteria. Lactoferrin plays a complementary role by eliminating bad bacteria and viruses. It also enhances optimal cell activity within the gut.

  • Supports Folate Production

Folate is important for pregnant women as this can prevent birth complications. Not only can it reduce the chances of preterm complications during childbirth, it also contributes to the intellectual development of the child. Bifodobacterium longum BB536 is a key HRB strain that is known to support the production of folate.

  • Supports Iron Absorption

During pregnancy, you need twice as much iron in your body. Iron helps the movement of oxygen from the lungs to the body including your baby. In addition, it helps in preventing iron deficiency anemia which can cause pre-term birth.

  • Promotion of DHA Level

FAMIMOM also promotes DHA (an essential omega 3 fatty acid) in human breast milk. This aids in the brain and retina development of your child.

FAMIMOM contains the EFSA’s recommended daily intake of DHA for pregnant and lactating mothers, one of the highest recommended in the world.

  • Improves Post partum depression score

Your gut and brain are connected through a communication system called the gut-brain axis. Certain HRB/Lactobacillus strains (e.g. B. longum BB536, B. infantis M-63 and L. rhamnosus HN001) have been shown to improve mental health. Based on clinical study², L. rhamnosus HN001 maybe useful for the prevention or treatment of symptoms of PND.

  • Helps in reducing Gestational Diabetes Mellitus

GDM is high blood sugar (glucose) that develops during pregnancy and usually disappears after giving birth. GDM can cause problems for you and your baby during pregnancy and after birth³. GDM increases the risk of pre-eclampsia (a pregnancy-related condition characterized by high blood pressure and protein in urine), miscarriage, pre-term birth (PTB), macrosomia (babies are large for their gestational age). A recent meta-analysis suggest probiotics can favorably influence glucose metabolism4. Supplementation of HN001 has been shown to significantly lower prevalence of GDM*. HN001 may benefit high risk mothers due to higher maternal age (more than 35 years) at conception, with up to a 3-fold reduction in the prevalence of GDM compared with women in the placebo group5.

*according to the NZ definition

  • Helps in reducing bacterial vaginosis

BV is a type of infection, caused by a change in the natural balance of bacteria in your vagina. BV is a common problem that can affect women and girls of all ages (global prevalence ranging from 23% to 29% across regions6). If you develop bacterial vaginosis in pregnancy, there’s a chance of complications, such as premature birth or a low birth weight baby7. BV is characterized by the absence of lactobacilli in addition to presence of pathogenic organisms. In fact, the number of lactobacilli in the vagina of women with BV is significantly lower than healthy women8. Most scientific reviews support the use of probiotics in reducing the risk for or alleviating symptoms of BV.

  • Nature’s Alternative to Drugs

Probiotics are safely used by pediatric hospitals worldwide for various conditions. The well studied ImmuG® strains can complement the health benefits of prenatal supplements that supports healthier pregnancies and becomes the best gift mothers can give to herself and her child.

*As probiotics are not medicines meant for treatment of existing health conditions, please consult your doctor for advice if in doubt.



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  2. Slykerman RF et al. Probiotic in Pregnancy Study Group. Effect of Lactobacillus rhamnosus HN001 in Pregnancy on Postpartum Symptoms of Depression and Anxiety: A Randomised Double-blind Placebo-controlled Trial. EBioMedicine. 2017 Oct;24:159-165.
  3. Overview – Gestational diabetes (2019). In NHS. Retrieved Sep 7, 2020, from
  4. Taylor BL et al. Effect of Probiotics on Metabolic Outcomes in Pregnant Women with Gestational Diabetes: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials. Nutrients. 2017;9(5):461.
  5. Wickens KL et al. Early pregnancy probiotic supplementation with Lactobacillus rhamnosus HN001 may reduce the prevalence of gestational diabetes mellitus: a randomised controlled trial. Br J Nutr. 2017 Mar;117(6):804-813.
  6. Peebles K et al. High Global Burden and Costs of Bacterial Vaginosis: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Sex Transm Dis. 2019 May;46(5):304-311.
  7. Bacterial Vaginosis:, Other FAQs (n.d.). In NICHD. Retreived Sep 7, 2020 from
  8. Homayouni A et al (2013). Effects of Probiotics on the Recurrence of Bacterial Vaginosis: A Review. Journal of lower genital tract disease. 18. 10.1097/LGT.0b013e31829156ec.
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