One of the most common complaints on holiday is an upset stomach, which can so easily spoil part of the holiday. Tummy upsets on holiday are usually caused by unfriendly types of intestinal bacteria (bugs) getting into your system through contaminated water or food. However, for some people, even just a change of diet, over-indulgency or a simple hangover can be enough to give them deli-belly.
Probiotics for Healthy Traveling
HealthAid TravelProbio contains a probiotic blend of Lactobacillus, acidophilus, Bifidobacterium lactis, and Lactobacillus bulgaricus; fortified with a prebiotic (FOS). It is designed to help build the body’s resistance before and during travel by maintaining the balance of a healthy intestinal flora.
HealthAid uses special acid & bile resistant probiotic strains, which prevent the stomach juices destroying the ingredients before they reach the intestines, ensuring their purity and potency.
HealthAid TravelProbio is contained in a special protective blister pack to keep it at maximum strength while you are travelling and to protect the capsules from the damaging effects of oxygen and moisture right up to the moment they’re consumed. Because of this, TravelProbio does not need to be refrigerated.
So whether your summer holiday plans include relaxing by the pool or a trek through Africa, be sure to take along TravelProbio a supplement you can count on. That way, you can put your insides at ease and focus on what’s really important: having fun!
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