BANISH THE MISERY OF TRAVELLER’S TUMMY THIS SUMMER WITH ENTEROSGEL
‘Enterosgel should be in every traveller’s first aid kit.’ Dr Lisa Ackerley, leading travel hygiene expert and Professorial Fellow of the Royal Society of Public Health.
As around five million Brits prepare to fly abroad for their annual bout of holiday sun and fun, a unique and innovative anti diarrhoeal product is launched which can provide the entire family with protection from the misery of traveller’s tummy.
Recommended by World Health Organization specialists for cases of food poisoning (1) Enterosgel has been clinically developed and proven to be safe even for very young babies, pregnant and breast feeding mothers, the elderly and the chronically ill.
Safely and effectively used for over thirty years, Enterosgel is an absolute must-have in the first aid and travel kits of most savvy Eastern European mums. Five million tubes of Enterosgel were bought in Europe last year and now, finally, it is available in the UK.
Taken orally in water, Enterosgel passes gently through the gut adsorbing bacterial pathogens, viruses, histamines (allergens) and toxin and removing them along with other body waste. It can be used as a preventative measure, or as a treatment for gastrointestinal disorders caused by potentially dangerous bacteria such as E-Coli and Salmonella and viruses such as Noroviros.
Clinical research has shown that when taken to the correct dose, Enterosgel can reduce the duration of diarrhoea by 70%, reduce high fever from 5 to 2 days and associated rate of complications by 70% compared to other treatments(2). Side effect free and natural, it can by used by very young babies and elderly people alike.
A vital addition to every traveller’s first aid kit, Enterosgel is also proven to reduce symptoms in a wide variety of other gastric and associated health issues including Irritable Bowel Syndrome, alcohol poisoning, food allergies, eczema and Crohns Disease.
‘I took Enterosgel with me on a family trip to China this month (April) and it was invaluable,’ says Sophia Steel, a mother of three from West London. ‘Within a few days of being there I started to get an upset stomach, probably because of the change in food. I have travelled extensively and, like many people, it is not unusual for me to suffer from stomach problems whilst away, even to the extent of having to take antibiotics. This time I took two doses of Enterosgel and the following morning I was pretty much back to normal and able to enjoy my holiday with my children. I continued taking Enterosgel and the rest of my holiday was trouble free.’
Dr Lisa Ackerley, a leading travel hygiene expert explains:
‘Poor hygiene in many overseas holiday resorts and destinations means that, unfortunately, stomach problems are a common occurrence for British travellers. Up until now there have only been a few treatments for the symptoms and most of them have unpleasant side effects and are unsuitable for small children and babies.
‘So it is fantastic to see a new product, available over the counter, which not only can provide relief from the symptoms of travellers tummy for the whole family, but can also help to remove dangerous toxins and bacteria from the body. Whilst good standards of hygiene are a pre-requisite to safe holidays, Enterosgel should be in every traveller’s first aid kit.’
“Enterosgel is a unique formulation of adsorbent with a new twist,‘ says Derek Evans, Pharmacist and Travel Health Specialist. ‘It protects the gut lining by coating the gut mucosa and also adsorbs toxins produced after overindulgence. This is turn will help reduce the symptoms often presented at the pharmacy counter of bloating, indigestion, nausea and diarrhoea.’
1. World Health Organization http://www.euro.who.int/__data/assets/pdf_file/0007/183382/Butulism-prev-leaflet-Eng.pdf?ua=1
2. Study on efficacy of Enterosgel in treatment of rotovirus infections in newborns. 1997 Dzyublik I, Shunko Em, Barbova A