OptiBac Probiotics - For Travelling Abroad (Live Cultures), 20 CapsulesBrand - OptiBac Probiotics
OptiBac Probiotics For Travelling Abroad are Live Cultures tailored for hot & humid destinations. 5 billion live cultures in a single stomach-friendly capsule.
- For travelling abroad
- Free from artificial flavourings or colourings
- UK Made
OptiBac Probiotics Live Cultures guarantees 5 billion live cultures in each capsule until expired. Lactobacillus, Saccharomyces and Bifidobacterium genera contained, survive at high temperatures and humidity, making them great for people travelling abroad to destinations with hotter climates like India, Egypt and Mexico.
OptiBac Probiotics for travelling abroad do not interfere with other travel medications and it survives the acidity of the stomach, reaching successfully all the way to the gut. Friendly yeast complements the natural gut bacteria in the body and helps it adapt well while travelling.
OptiBac Probiotics Live Cultures is easy to take anywhere with you and you don’t need a fridge to store it. It’s gluten-free and free from artificial flavourings or colourings. Easy high-quality friendly bacteria supplement for everyone.
Suitable for adults and children (1 year +). Start taking 3-5 days before departure. Take a capsule a day with food, best taken with breakfast. Mix in a cold meal or drink if you prefer. Take during travelling abroad, and for a few days after returning. Drink plenty of water during this time.
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.
Frequently Asked Questions
Who are Live Cultures not recommended for?
Live cultures are not recommended for people with serious medical conditions- severely immunosuppressed, with pancreatitis, are in the ICU, have melaena, have a central venous catheter, infants with short bowel syndrome, and patients with open wounds following major surgery.