From the stress of TSA to the switching of time zones and all those exotic foods and flavors, traveling puts your digestion when you go abroad.This time around, don’t let a sad stomach keep you from sightseeing or trying your hand at the local street food. Keep your digestion in check by bringing some backup: Travel Care Probiotic. Packaged in convenient travel-sized blister packs, our Travel Care Probiotic (US/CA) supports your digestive and immune health by giving your body a dose of our non-GMO strain of the good bacteria that keep your stomach and intestines doing their jobs like it ain’t no thang.
How much good bacteria? Five billion cells worth.
We don’t mess around when it comes to making sure your trip goes as smoothly as it should.Avoid travelers’ or antibiotic related diarrhea and tummy pain by taking one capsule 1-2 times daily. This will give your digestive system the help it needs so you don’t have to suffer in the first place. Not only are our vegetarian probiotics easy to pack in your carryon, they’re also one of the most potent single-strain probiotics out there. This means you’re getting maximum punch while taking up the least amount of space in your bag. More room for the fun stuff! Plus, these handy probiotics are completely shelf-stable, so you never have to keep them refrigerated. Being on-the-go never has to mean skimping on your health.
But it’s not just your tummy that can be the problem when you’re traveling.When you’re surrounded by airport fast food or spending the day sightseeing or hiking, finding healthy snacks can be just as hard as navigating flight deals. That’s where Baobites (US/CA) come in. These superfruit vegan gummy snacks are just what you need when the hunger pangs come around. Available in Peach Mango, Pomegranate, and Blood Orange and sourced from the African Baobab tree, these addictive snacks are super-high in antioxidants, fiber, and vitamin-C. Never again will you have to settle for a sub-par snack when you’re on-the-go.
Travel tip from a self-professed pro: next time you’re getting ready for a big trip, don’t forget to pack a little Flora for a better flight.Bon Voyage!
Hillary Eaton is a Los Angeles based food and travel writer whose work has appeared in such publications as VICE, Food & Wine, Refinery 29, Complex and Los Angeles Times.