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    The lockdown for a month is actually going to cripple some of these NZ businesses.. BLT was doing great but if warehouses are shutting down that's one awkward situation

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cadalac123 View Post
    The lockdown for a month is actually going to cripple some of these NZ businesses.. BLT was doing great but if warehouses are shutting down that's one awkward situation
    Medcal supplies not shut down. I presume Blis is distributed through med suppliers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fungus pudding View Post
    Medcal supplies not shut down. I presume Blis is distributed through med suppliers.
    Available only at Chemist and on line. Support today indicates no worry.
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    Great news.

    BLT
    26/03/2020 11:04
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    REL: 1104 HRS Blis Technologies Limited

    MKTUPDTE: BLT: Business update - Essential Business

    26 March 2020

    Business update - Essential Business

    Brian Watson, Chief Executive Officer of Blis Technologies (NZX:BLT), has
    confirmed Blis Technologies will remain operational following the Government
    overnight raising the national COVID-19 response to Level 4. Blis
    Technologies manufacturing and elements of its scientific services are
    classified as "essential services". The company has completed the MPI
    registration process to maintain that status, and subject to that, they will
    continue operating.

    As manufacturers of unique probiotics that support immunity, Blis
    Technologies is an important supplier to consumers in NZ through pharmacies
    and online sales. Essential functions at Blis Technologies will remain
    operational during the COVID-19 Level 4 period to ensure BLIS Probiotics can
    continue to be supplied to support immunity and throat health of thousands of
    New Zealanders during a time of high need and into the winter cold and flu
    season.

    Blis Technologies is committed to delivering services in accordance with the
    Government's guidance to protect the health and wellbeing of all New
    Zealanders. Staff that do not have a critical role in manufacture or testing
    are working from home. Workplace segregation, social distancing and
    sanitisation protocols are fully implemented at both our sites.

    We are working closely with our suppliers to ensure continuity of supply.

    Ends

    For further information, please contact:

    Brian Watson
    CEO
    +64 27 705 9133

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    Go you Good thing GO

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    Daily Defence, strawberry, now available on line.
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    A good article on probiotics below
    https://i.stuff.co.nz/life-style/wel...s-good-for-you

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    Blis is proven to work, they should be supplying information to the journalist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arthur View Post
    Blis is proven to work, they should be supplying information to the journalist.
    Interesting. Can you cite evidence?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fungus pudding View Post
    Interesting. Can you cite evidence?
    As is often the case the evidence is ones experience. In our 80s we started taking Blis 8 years ago after a lot of reading and have been remarkably free of colds and flu compared to our friends. Even became shareholders and gave trial supplies to family.
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    Quote Originally Posted by patrick View Post
    As is often the case the evidence is ones experience. In our 80s we started taking Blis 8 years ago after a lot of reading and have been remarkably free of colds and flu compared to our friends. Even became shareholders and gave trial supplies to family.
    'Evidence of one's experience' is not proof. What is the proof that you say should be given to journalists?

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    What about the blind man in Bethsaida
    “Then his eyes were opened and he saw everything clearly”
    His experience was proof to him.....he could see.
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    Quote Originally Posted by patrick View Post
    What about the blind man in Bethsaida
    “Then his eyes were opened and he saw everything clearly”
    His experience was proof to him.....he could see.
    I am asking about a scientific matter in an enlightened age.

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    I understand that there have been several clinical trials. You could have a look at these two for a start.
    1. Di Pierro F1, Colombo M2, Zanvit A3, Rottoli AS4. Positive clinical
    outcomes derived from using Streptococcus salivarius K12 to prevent
    streptococcal pharyngotonsillitis in children: a pilot investigation. Drug
    Healthc Patient Saf. 2016 Nov 21;8:77-81. eCollection 2016.
    2. F. Di Pierro, M. Colombo, M.G. Giuliani, M.L. Danza, I. Basile, T.
    Bollani, A.M. Conti, A. Zanvit, A.S. Rottoli. Effect of administration of
    Streptococcus salivarius K12 on the occurrence of streptococcal
    pharyngo-tonsillitis, scarlet fever and acute otitis media in 3 years old
    children. Eur Rev Med Pharmacol Sci Year: 2016 Vol. 20 - N. 21 Pages:
    4601-4606.

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    Below is a link to an Independent Research Report from 2016, this looks like the easiest one place to start looking for information on clinical studies etc.
    https://www.nzx.com/announcements/287583

    There are several other announcements on studies in Italy and China.

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