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25Jul

I have just listed this item on ebay so if you are in the market for some probiotics which are great for the gut, take a look. They retail for £20.00 but you could get them for £15.00 here.

Bought them at the Allergy Show and then found out they contain milk and soya! Doh! And they won’t refund so hoping someone will want them.
Bio-Kult probiotics

  • 14 protected probiotic strains – proven to survive the high acidity of stomach acid
  • No artificial colours, flavours or preservatives
  • No need to refridgerate. Can be stored at room temperature
  • Retails for £20.
  • Bought in error – Not suitable for anyone with a DAIRY ALLERGY (hence I can’t use them and can’t return as bought at a show)
  • Allergen advice: Bio-Kult contains traces of soya and milk as these are used in the growth media of the strains. Traces of milk are at a level that would not affect lactose initolerance sufferers<

Buy Bio-Kult probiotics on ebay here

  

Ruth

An allergy and health writer and freelance copywriter, Ruth is passionate about helping those with allergies and food intolerances take control, embrace their condition, and learn to live with and love who they are. It can be very lonely finding you have allergies and discovering what helps you can be a life long journey. What works for one person won't work for another, so after trying nearly every allergy treatment under the sun and finding hours of research necessary to keep abreast of what's going on, Ruth started writing her blog, What Allergy? in April 2009. Ruth has life threatening allergies herself to all nuts, all diary, tomatoes and celery and knows first-hand what it's like to have an anaphylactic attack. Voted in the Top 5 UK allergy blogs by Cision UK in 2011, What Allergy is packed full of interesting articles, hints and tips and product reviews which are a must read for anyone with allergies, food intolerances or sensitivities, asthma and eczema. From subjects such as "What is celery allergy?" to "Surviving a holiday abroad with allergies", it's packed with useful and interesting information. You can register free for a weekly newsletter by visiting her website http://whatallergy.com/ and also keep in touch by following her on Facebook and Twitter.

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