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The holidays are upon us! ‘Tis the season for giving, and with that, the season for getting. If you’re anything like me, you may be guilty of using the holiday season as a time to get some of that cool stuff you’re “too responsible” to buy for yourself. Getting cool stuff is the essence of happy holidays, right? Those far wiser than I would say no, it’s giving that’s key to happiness. Your eyes might have instinctively rolled to the back of your head after reading that, but what if I told you that science agrees?
Introducing Bundles for Humarian Probiotics
Product Update: Introducing Bundles for Adult, Women, Newborn/Infant, Toddler/Children, Children Advanced, Dog, and Cat Probonix!
In an effort to simplify our product offerings, Humarian will be discontinuing our adult 2-month varieties. We are aware that many of our customers use the 2-month bottles for the cost-benefit, so we want to make sure cost-effective options are still available. This is where bundles come into play! We will be offering bundles that contain two 1-month bottles for 15% off the normal price and bundle subscriptions for an extra 7% discount on top of that. Adult and Children Advanced have also been updated with new and improved packaging that Toddler/Children, Newborn/Infant and Women Probonix received earlier this year.
Peanuts, soy, dairy, gluten… there are so many allergens to worry about these days. Oral immunotherapy (ingesting small amounts of an allergen to increase the threshold that triggers a reaction) is successful for some patients, but it only works for the specific allergen that is targeted and can be accompanied by some unpleasant gastrointestinal side effects. Researchers are continuing to look for treatment options for preventing or reversing food allergies in patients, but the best option currently is to avoid them altogether. Thankfully, a new study from Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Boston Children’s Hospital suggests that may not be the case for long.
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