You are on the vacation of a lifetime! You have planned and saved money for this moment for months. Then, the unthinkable happens. Travellers’ Diarrhea!

Nothing puts a dampener on travel experiences like stomach cramps and diarrhea. The good news is you can reduce the risk of Travellers’ Diarrhea with Travelan® – an over the counter supplement available in pharmacies across Canada including Shoppers Drug Mart, Loblaws, Jean Coutu & online at Amazon.

How does Travelan work?

Travelan® neutralizes Travellers’ Diarrhea  causing pathogenic bacteria, rather than having to treat the symptoms after the condition has begun.  According to the Public Health Agency of Canada1, Travellers’ Diarrhea is the most common illness that affects travellers. It is easily spread from person to person or by eating food or drinking water contaminated with feces.  The most common cause of travellers’ diarrhea is the nasty form of E.coli, known as Enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli (ETEC). ETEC can be found in a street-side stall or in the best restaurants.

When you take one or two caplets of Travelan® before a meal, it lays in wait in the gastrointestinal tract. If you consume food or drinks that are contaminated with ETEC, Travelan® is designed to bind to the bacteria, neutralizing them and inhibiting their attachment to the intestinal wall.

Travelan®’s active ingredient is bovine colostrum enriched with anti-E.coli antibodies. These antibodies work to target and neutralise bacteria before they can make you sick and rob you of your precious travel time, setting Travelan® apart from other colostrum supplements.

Take Travelan® as directed on the pack.

Stop Travel Diarrhea

Travelers’ Diarrhea causing bacteria in the gastrointestinal tract:

Travelan®’s active ingredient is bovine colostrum enriched with anti-E.coli antibodies – these special antibodies are what sets it apart from other colostrum supplements.

With Travelan®

Without Travelan®

Scientific Evidence

Travelan® has been shown in clinical trials to significantly decrease the risk of travellers’ diarrhea. Travelan® underwent Controlled Human Infection Model (CHIM) studies which were, double-blind, placebo-controlled medical trials in Europe and the USA. The trials showed up to 90% protection against infection with E.coli (ETEC), the major cause of travellers’ diarrhea2.

In addition recent studies by the US Department of Defense show that Travelan® is cross-reactive to Campylobacter, Enterotoxigenic E.coli and Shigella – all potential causes of Travellers’ Diarrhea.

What Travel Bloggers say about Travelan®

“I would never discourage being adventurous with your food when travelling – after all, food is culture. Popping a packet of Travelan in your bag means you can try new foods with more peace of mind.”

Travel with Bender, Sponsored

“Any country with lower health standards than your home country would be a good destination for the use of Travelan, however Traveler’s Diarrhea can happen at any time so practice caution and use Travelan.”

Emma Lomas, Luxury Backpacking, Sponsored

“Travelan is something I’ll definitely be packing next time I jet overseas to somewhere that has a high risk of contracting Bali belly.”

LC , Birdgehls, Sponsored

“I cannot recommend Travelan enough! It is my favorite travel product by far. I love to eat the local cuisine when traveling and taking Travelan allows me to eat adventurously and enjoy my trip to the fullest. It is my (not-so) secret weapon against fending off traveler’s diarrhea and I refuse to travel without it!”

Mona Corona , Sponsored

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