Registered dietitian nutritionist Felicia Stoler, DCN, MS, RD, FACSM, FAND is worried about you. You’re probably not getting enough fiber. This affects your bathroom habits, as well as your energy level and immunity. The best-selling author got feisty when she appeared on Sacramento’s ABC news. She knows your health is too important to ignore. She suggested Regular Girl, a synbiotic blend of soluble, prebiotic fiber and probiotics. She swears that a happier inside is the secret to a better, more energized you.
When you’re running from place to place, juggling multiple responsibilities, you may be tempted to swing through the drive-through for lunch or consider that bowl of sugary cereal a well-rounded dinner. These nutritional black holes aren’t helping your health. “Something that is really important this time of year is fiber,” said Stoler. “It’s my favorite F word after Felicia,” she smiled.
Dietary fiber is found in fruits, vegetables, beans and whole grains. “Avocados, sweet potatoes, apples, lentils and quinoa are great,” she said. “But, most Americans don’t get enough fiber in their diet. So, I recommend a fiber supplement.” Fiber supplements help keep your intestines functioning at their very best. “Let’s face it. If you don’t go, you’re not feeling really good in the morning.”
Stoler brought Regular Girl, a fiber supplement with an added benefit, to the set. “It’s a probiotic and a prebiotic,” she explained. Regular Girl’s prebiotic fiber helps you meet your daily fiber requirement without any embarrassing side effects, such as gas or bloating. Regular Girl’s probiotics work in harmony with the fiber, helping deliver balanced intestinal health.
Gluten-free Regular Girl is easy to add to your daily routine. It comes in convenient grab-and-go packets so you can easily add it to your nutritious morning smoothie (or your favorite bowl of cereal). It won’t change the flavor, color, taste or texture of your food or drink.
Regular Girl is a regulating fiber. It supports your health by helping with both occasional constipation and diarrhea. “Bowel health is really important,” Stoler added. “It’s really the secret to overall well-being, and lots of energy and immune function.”