Travelan® is uniquely formulated to be high in antibodies which target bacteria such as Enterotoxigenic E.coli (ETEC) that can help support and maintain your gastrointestinal and digestive function and health*.

Statistics show that diarrhea is a leading health problem for international travel effecting up to 70% of travellers1. In addition, contaminated food and beverages cause approximately 48 million cases of diarrhea in the US each year2.

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How can Travelan® help you?

Travelan® is a gluten free product that has clinically proven strength for digestive tract protection. Travelan® reduces the risk of occasional diarrhea and helps to neutralize gastrointestinal issues before they begin, leaving you to enjoy life’s adventures.

 How does Travelan® work?

When you take one or two caplets of Travelan® before a meal, the anti-ETEC antibodies in the product lay in wait in the gastrointestinal tract. If you consume food or drinks that are contaminated with diarrhea causing bacteria such as Enterotoxigenic E.coli (ETEC), Travelan® utilizes specific antibodies to bind the bacteria, neutralizing them and inhibiting their attachment to the intestinal wall.

In short, Travelan® is designed to target and neutralise bacteria before they can make you sick.

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Diarrhea causing bacteria in the gastrointestinal tract:

Occasional diarrhea is caused by the consumption of food or water infected with bacteria. These bacteria attack the intestines releasing diarrhea-causing toxins.

Travelan® binds to E.coli in the gastrointestinal tract preventing them from attaching to the intestinal wall and thereby neutralizing their ability to cause diarrhea and its associated symptoms.

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Scientific Evidence

Travelan® has demonstrated in clinical trials to significantly decrease the risk of occasional diarrhea and also to decrease the symptoms of minor gastrointestinal disorders. Travelan® underwent Controlled Human Infection Model (CHIM) studies which were double-blind, placebo-controlled medical trials in Europe and the USA. The trials showed protection of up to 90.3% against the onset of occasional diarrhea3. Clinical trials have also shown that people who received Travelan®  had significantly less discomfort and diarrhea than those who did not receive Travelan®.

In addition recent studies by the US Department of Defense show that Travelan® is cross-reactive to other pathogenic bacteria such as Campylobacter, Enterotoxigenic E.coli and Shigella 2 – all potential bacterial causes of diarrhea while traveling4.

Where and when to use Travelan®

Travelan®  is recommended to be taken in any high-risk environment where the sanitation of food and water is uncertain, or where poor hygiene may be practised. Your chances of experiencing occasional diarrhea increase markedly when travelling to areas such as:

  • Africa
  • Asia
  • The Indian Sub-continent
  • The Middle East
  • South America
  • Latin America

Around the globe, diarrhea can be referred to and known by many colourful names such as Montezuma’s Revenge, Delhi Belly, Tourista and Gastro. Many authorities label it as the number one health problem in international travel in terms of frequency and monetary impact.

Travelan®  should be taken whenever concerned or where the increased risk of digestive upset is present – domestically or abroad. Whether you are planning a beach vacation to the Bahamas, a South American Cruise or an African Safari, add Travelan® to your packing list! You can purchase Travelan® online from Amazon or from Passport Health Travel Clinics across the USA.

Travelan®  worldwide

Travelan®  is used by vacationers and business travellers across the globe to help maintain gastrointestinal health. Travelan®  is sold as a dietary supplement in the US. In Australia, Travelan® is sold as an over the counter product which is listed in the Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods (ARTG) (AUST L 106709). In Australia, product specific indications are:

  • Reduces the risk of Travelers’ Diarrhea
  • Reduces the risk of minor gastro-intestinal disorders
  • Anti-microbial

Notably, Travelan® is not an antibiotic and will not cause antibiotic resistance.

In Canada, Travelan® is a licensed natural health product (NPN 80046016). It is indicated to reduce the risk of Travelers’ Diarrhea.

TRAVELAN® CONTAINS COW’S MILK PROTEINS AND LACTOSE.

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.”

“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.”

“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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