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Let’s celebrate! Regular Girl is now USDA Organic certified!

by | Aug 22, 2018 | Wellness

Here’s another reason to congratulate yourself for being a Regular Girl! It is now the first product containing Sunfiber to be USDA Organic-certified. Our premium synbiotic blend of plant-based soluble fiber and beneficial probiotics is 100 percent natural. There are no additional ingredients, preservatives, flavors or additives. We’re so proud that we’ll be wearing the familiar and trusted USDA Organic logo!

What does USDA Organic mean?
Being certified USDA Organic verifies that Regular Girl follows approved methods for organic operations. Overall, products earning USDA Organic certification must demonstrate that they are protecting natural resources, conserving biodiversity and using only approved substances.

Regular Girl is made with Sunfiber, a soluble fiber made from the all-natural guar bean. Suitable for vegetarians and vegans, Regular Girl is also Non-GMO Project Verified. The USDA Organic certification and Non-GMO Project Verified organization processes are similar in that they follow ingredients from farm to table to ensure they follow stringent guidelines. Plus, Regular Girl is Low FODMAP Certified and 100 percent gluten-free. Bottom line: Regular Girl is 100 percent natural and committed to providing superior quality products.

A reminder about Regular Girl
Regular Girl is a synbiotic blend of patented premium prebiotic fiber and specialized probiotic. It helps you support a beautifully balanced and healthy digestive tract. Regular Girl is also easy to take. Unlike some fiber sources, Regular Girl delivers true regularity without excess gas or bloating. Plus, it’s tasteless, odorless and colorless when mixed with water or any other cool, non-carbonated beverage.

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  • Regular Girl

    Regular Girl is a complete care system that’s uniquely formulated for women. Our products work with your body to support everything from regularity and gut health to overall balance and nutrition.


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