CBS viewers learn you gotta go, to get that get-up-and-go

If you can’t get out of bed in the morning, your brain may not be the only part of you that’s sluggish. To feel energized from the time the alarm goes off, and throughout the whole day, your insides need to be in-tune. Registered dietitian nutritionist Felicia Stoler, appearing on Nashville’s Talk of the Town, explained how Regular Girl, a prebiotic fiber with added probiotics, promotes balanced intestinal health. When your insides are feeling good, you have the confidence you need to get up and tackle your day.

Often your energy level depends on whatever else is going on in your life. For example, if you’re not eating healthy or drinking enough water, this imbalance may zap your drive. The same is true with sleep and exercise. Get too much or too little of either, and this unevenness may cause you to drag through the day. To generate the energy you need for an active life, strive for a healthy balance in everything you do.

This is especially important in the bathroom, which is why Stoler said she was so excited about Regular Girl. “It’s a prebiotic fiber with added probiotics to support overall gut health,” said Stoler. This truly regulating fiber helps keep you in balance, whether you have occasional diarrhea or constipation and doesn’t lead to excess gas or bloating. “It’s also great for people who just don’t get enough fiber in their diet,” she added. “The average American diet provides less than 20 grams of fiber, yet the recommendation is 27 grams per day.”

Regular Girl is ideal for women on the go. Packed in individual serving packets, this gluten-free fiber is an easy addition to your busy life. Each packet contains six grams of the prebiotic fiber called Sunfiber and eight billion CFU of the probiotic, Bifidobacterium lactis. Together they work synbiotically to maintain regularity and keep you feeling balanced. Just add the tasteless, odorless packet to your morning juice, yogurt or smoothie to provide your body with the fiber and beneficial bacteria it needs to keep you running at your best.

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