OptiBac Probiotics Travel 20 caps

£11.99

An easy high-quality live cultures supplement ideal for travel to hotter climates. Take prior to and during travels. No refrigeration required.

Who is it for?
For anyone looking for a supplement to take prior to and during travels.

Good to know:

  • Each capsule provides 5 billion good bacteria and the billions count is guaranteed until end of expiry.
  • The Lactobacillus, Saccharomyces and Bifidobacterium genera contained in this supplement are all well-researched.
  • Shown to survive at higher temperatures and humidity, making this a suitable travel companion for destinations with hotter, more humid climates such as India, Egypt or Mexico.
  • The high-quality nature of this supplement gives travellers the increased confidence to enjoy their holidays worry-free.
  • Does not interfere with antimalarials or other travel medication.
  • Scientifically proven to pass through stomach acidity and survive to reach the gut.
  • Easy to take on the go – no refrigeration required.
  • Suitable for: vegetarians and gluten free for those with coeliac disease or an intolerance.
  • Suitable from 1 year onwards.
  • Recommended for daily use preferably starting 3 - 5 days before departure, continuing during time abroad and for a couple of days upon return.
  • Free from artificial flavourings or colourings that may be found in other food & drinks containing live cultures.
  • Available in two pack sizes of 20 or 60 capsules.

Please note: This is a food supplement and is not intended to prevent, treat or diagnose any medical conditions.

Ingredients

  • Stabiliser: potato starch
  • Live cultures: Bifidobacterium longum Rosell-175, Lactobacillus rhamnosus Rosell-11, Saccharomyces boulardii and Lactobacillus acidophilus Rosell-52
  • Vegetarian capsule: hydroxypropyl methylcellulose
  • Anti-caking agent: vegetable magnesium stearate; antioxidant: ascorbic acid.

Each capsule guarantees 5 billion live cultures.

Suitable for vegetarian diets.

Following the taxonomic updates by a global team of scientists and published in April 2020, a reclassification has been advised for the L. rhamnosus species. The rhamnosus strain in 'For travelling abroad' may therefore now also be known as Lacticaseibacillus rhamnosus Rosell-11.