New gel flies in to soothe traveller’s tummy

Enterosgel is a new intestinal adsorbent that helps prevent and ease conditions such as food and alcohol poisoning, vomiting bugs, indigestion and diarrhoea when travelling.

Based on minerals, it works like a sponge to help remove toxins from the body and is recommended by specialists from the World Health Organization for cases of food poisoning.

Enterosgel travels through the digestive tract to help cleanse any toxins, pathogens, allergens, without removing vital vitamins or nutrients.

Clinically proven, safe and effective it is free from sugar, sweetener, lactose, gluten, fat, colour, flavouring and preservatives. It is taken internally as a drink by mixing with water, an hour before food. If taken when first experiencing the symptoms of a stomach bug, it helps to stop its progression. It is also suitable during or after antibiotic treatment to restore the body’s natural microflora.

Enterosgel helps prevent and ease indigestion, upset stomach and food poisoning by aiding the elimination of unwanted stomach bugs from the body. It binds with viruses and rotaviruses to help stop them in their tracks. As well as being an effective first aid measure in case of food poisoning, it can act as a preventative, helping protect the gut during times of over-indulgence.

The gentle gut-cleansing system is suitable for children, including those under one, as well as pregnant and breast-feeding women.

It comes in a 90g tube as well as handy, travel-size 15g sachets.