Leveraging the microbiome for better health


Through our deep scientific understanding of the gut microbiome and nutrition during the earliest stages of life, we uncovered a bacterial strain that supports infant gut health.

Our Strain


B. infantis EVC001

The powerful single strain that matters for infants.

Our discovery of B. infantis EVC001—a bacterial strain thought to have disappeared from developed countries—proves to be the microbial partner nature intended.  While B. infantis has evolved to uniquely pair with breast milk, only EVC001 is clinically shown to have all the genes required to metabolize the human milk oligosaccharides (HMOs) in breast milk.

The revolutionary natural pact:

breast milk and B. infantis EVC001.


Breast milk feeds the baby—and B. infantis EVC001. Together, they create the system intended to nourish and help protect baby.


B. infantis EVC001 has a powerful synergy with breast milk


The confirmation
Research confirms breast milk promotes the growth of B. infantis EVC001 in the full-term infant gut. By utilizing Human Milk Oligosaccharides (HMOs) in breast milk, B. infantis EVC001 colonizes (replicates and persists) in the infant gut.

Why it matters
Unlike other probiotic strains, B. infantis EVC001 does not pass through but maintains a powerful presence in the gut. To date, no other clinical study has demonstrated a substantial and persistent beneficial change in the gut microbiome.

B. infantis EVC001 helps support healthy immune system function


The right signals
B. infantis EVC001 converts HMOs into key signaling molecules called metabolites that help guide healthy immune system function.

Why it matters
Recent research shows that these metabolites promote healthy gut function and help educate immune cells not to become cells that would overreact when exposed to new foods.

Baby with umbilical cord and bacteria collage

B. infantis has almost disappeared in the U.S.


The big issue
Research shows B. infantis is missing in more than 90% of infants born in the U.S.. Over last few generations, high antibiotic use and changes to feeding and birthing practices have changed the infant gut microbiome.

Why it matters
In places like the US, where there aren’t as many babies with B. infantis in the gut, there tends to be more cases of immune-related issues. 

Discover Our Products


Whether babies receive breast milk or are mix-fed with formula, our current product portfolio supports babies along their feeding journey, starting with the first feed through their transition away from drinking breast milk. Evivo is intended for use in term infants. 

Evivo Powder



A daily powder intended for babies fed any amount of breast milk to help establish a protective gut microbiome and support healthy immune function.

Contact Us


Call us at (844) 463-8486 for customer service, support, and to learn more about our products.