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As we are getting back into the swing of everyday life after the festive season and trying to keep colds and flu at bay, with the New Year comes a fresh start and a fantastic opportunity to re-energise your health and your immunity, so it’s absolutely wonderful to hear that Daily Express has featured our new and refreshed ‘For daily immunity’ product!
In an article written by Dr Aamer Khan and Lesley Reynolds, we're shown how to ‘Kick start the year with these beauty fixes’. Looking at ways to revitalise our health and beauty after the late nights and over-indulgence over the Christmas period, they suggest solutions for everything such as bath oils, face masks and hair lotions! But they explain that it's not just our outer health we need to look after but our inner health as well. After all, as 70% of our immune system is found in our intestines1 it pays to keep a happy gut!
In the article they said:
''A daily live culture can help aid digestion, immunity and energy levels.''
Optibac ‘For daily immunity’ contains 5 billion live cultures in each capsule. It contains a combination of Lactobacillus paracasei CASEI 431® and vitamin C which together help support your body’s resistance to infection and supports a healthy immune system. So it is great to see that Daily Express love Optibac 'For daily immunity' as much as we do!
This wonderful feature could not come at a more perfect time as there is now a 20% off sale for ‘For daily immunity’ throughout January!
To find out more information about Optibac and 'For daily immunity', take a look at our FAQs as well as the blogs below:
1. Rizzardini, G. et al. (2012) Evaluation of the Immune benefits of two probiotic strains Bifidobacterium lactis BB-12 and Lactobacillus paracasei CASEI 431(R) in an influenza vaccination model: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study. Br.J. Nutr. 107:876-84