Evivo® Infant Probiotic Powder

Monthly Supply

Evivo is a daily powder intended for babies fed any amount of breast milk to help establish a protective gut microbiome and support healthy immune function. Each box comes with a 4-week supply (28 sachets/box).

  • Contains B. infantis EVC001, the one bacterial strain every baby needs.
  • Clean Label Project certified. Safe & well tolerated by infants.
  • HSA/FSA Eligible with Evivo reimbursement form
  • For Babies Birth+

Clinically shown to work with breast milk to:

  • Establish a healthy gut microbiome
  • Protect from potentially harmful bacteria  2, 3, 4
  • Help support healthy immune function  5, 7

Starting at $75.00

Months of supply:




Purified lactose (milk),
B. longum subsp. infantis EVC001 (soy†)

CFU Count:

8 Billion CFU per sachet

No additives
No artificial colors or dyes
No artificial flavors
No artificial preservatives
Gluten Free
† Manufacturing process may lead to residual amounts of soy

† Finely milled and mixed with lactose, the main sugar found naturally in breast milk


1. Pour

Pour 1 sachet of Evivo powder into a small bowl or bottle.

2. Mix

Add breast milk or formula. Mix well.

3. Feed

Use immediately once mixed. Discard leftovers. Do not store for later use.

Spoon, oral syringe, or medicine dispenser pacifier
1 tsp (approx. 5 mL)
Directly from finger, nipple or pacifier
5 to10 drops (for paste)
Single feeding amount or 2 oz

Feeding Tips:

Give Evivo at the start of a feeding so baby is likely to swallow more of it. It's ok if baby doesn't finish everything during a single feeding, still discard the rest. For best results, mix with room temperature or warm breast milk or formula. Some sediment is expected.

For parents, it's important to know that when introducing Evivo Infant Probiotic, it may take your baby a few days to adjust to the changes in their diet and a decrease in bowel movements is likely to occur. Evivo helps babies take in more nutrients from breastmilk so less waste is expected, making less frequent bowel movements common. Talk to your pediatrician about whether Evivo is appropriate for your baby.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Only Evivo contains B. infantis EVC001, the bacterial strain shown to work with breast milk to help establish a healthy gut microbiome, lower inflammation, and help guide the immune system. Babies fed Evivo have reduced colic-associated symptoms and better sleep​, increased beneficial bifidobacteria  B. infantis, reduced gut inflammation and improved immune markers​, and improved stooling​.

All insurance plans are different, we recommend touching base with your insurance provider directly. The Evivo Reimbursement Request Form can be downloaded and completed by your healthcare provider and sent to your insurance company to request purchase reimbursement from your insurance provider.

Evivo contains lactose derived from dairy. Lactose is the carbohydrate portion of milk. Lactose is naturally present in breast milk, which is why we chose to use it in Evivo.

The milk protein and other components are separated to produce high-purity lactose. When making Evivo, one of the components of the fermentation media contains broken pieces of soy and casein (peptides). These peptides are consumed by the bacteria when growing. At the end of the process, the media is discarded.

We do not expect any intact milk protein, soy or casein protein in the final product but cannot guarantee it. We recommend you talk to your pediatrician to determine if Evivo is suitable for your baby.

When it comes to baby poop, there’s a wide range of what's considered normal. Some babies may have a bowel movement with every feeding, while others may only have one bowel movement a week. If the stools are soft and the baby is producing enough wet diapers, eating well, and growing properly, there is no reason for concern.  

The color of an infant's stool can vary depending on a variety of factors such as age and diet. In general, any shade of brown, yellow, orange, green are typical stool colors. As the baby grows and begins to eat solid foods, the color of their stool may change to reflect the new foods they are consuming.  

When feeding Evivo, changes in stool consistency are likely to occur, including a decrease in bowel movements. But don't worry, this is expected and indicates that your baby’s gut microbiome is being reshaped. This allows more nutrients from breast milk to be utilized, resulting in less waste. 

However, it's important to note that not all babies require a change in bowel movements to show that Evivo is working. Some babies may not have any changes in their bowel movement patterns. Every baby is unique and may respond differently. If your baby is receiving Evivo and breast milk, rest assured, Evivo is working. 

All infants should naturally have B. infantis in their microbiomes as a natural process part of their development, but 90% of babies in the U.S. no longer have due to high antibiotic use, and modern birthing and feeding practices. Evivo is recommended for all breast or mix-fed (breast milk + formula) babies. 

Evivo is a Food for Special Dietary Use, manufactured in the USA, and meets all FDA regulations for food products. Additionally, within the FDA, the Office of Food Additive Safety oversees a process called GRAS status for many types of products, including Evivo. These products must complete an extensive process of scientific and data review by independent qualified experts, who are assessing whether the product is safe under the conditions of its intended use. Evivo gained GRAS status for use with both term and preterm infants after successfully completing this process, with consensus by all independent qualified experts.