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18 Apr 2017
We were very pleased to have been recommended in Easter Sunday's Mail on Sunday supplement: 'You' magazine. In Sarah Stacey's 'Health' section we were mentioned for having a significant impact on one reader in particular. The section read:
A 24-year-old reader with recurrent bloating and digestive problems reports that using OptiBac has significantly reduced the problem. The range includes OptiBac 'For every day EXTRA Strength'
Alongside this snippet, Sunday's health article also focused on the topic of Rio Ferdinand's recent BBC documentary about the loss of his wife Rebecca, and his subsequent struggle with his mental health. Rio talks candidly about how he struggled to open up and talk about his grief with his friends and family. The conversation in Sarah's article is part of a short film for 'Heads Together' - a mental health campaign founded by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, and Prince Harry which aims to get more people talking about their mental health.
Sarah also looks at the incoming pollen seasons and her top three tips for hay fever. For those interested, take a look at a recent blog post on live cultures for hay fever here.
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