Country Living likes OptiBac 'For travelling abroad'
It's finally June! We've managed to survive the winter months and we're now preparing for sunshine, long evenings, golden sunsets and perhaps most importantly, the summer holiday. This is, of course, providing the Great British summer lasts longer than 5 days. For those of you travelling across the pond this summer, we're very excited to announce that our travel companion and all round super supplement 'For travelling abroad' has been featured in one of our favourite magazines 'Country Living'.
The article in question, entitled 'Summer Solutions', ensures you make the most of your summer and spend less time worrying about the little things, namely those frustrating seasonal health niggles that seem to crop up at the most inopportune times. The write-up includes some engaging advice covering everything from frustrating mosquito bites and painful cold sores to tips on how to travel in comfort and reduce your suffering from hay fever. Did you know that 20 minutes of sunshine a day (artificial or natural) is enough to lower your blood pressure for the following hour? Amazing, right?
Our sunny little pocket rocket 'For travelling abroad' is featured also, much to our delight. OptiBac 'For travelling abroad' is an expert combination of live cultures, including Bifidobacterium longum Rosell-175, as well as the internationally acclaimed & extensively researched yeast strain Saccharomyces boulardii. 'For travelling abroad' is also shelf-stable (no need to refrigerate), and has been shown to survive at higher temperatures, making it suitcase ready and suitable for destinations including Mexico, India and Thailand.
Next time you're planning a holiday, why not consider taking OptiBac 'For travelling abroad' as your carry-on companion.
For those of you jetting off to exotic locations, Country Living explains that when travelling it's important to take some simple steps; wash your hands at every opportunity, avoid tap water and ice as this could potentially contain some nasty bacteria. Nobody wants a stomach upset spoiling their holiday!
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