Good to Go launches traveler's constipation-prevention kit

EASTON, Conn. — Good to Go recently launched a solution formulated to help prevent traveler’s constipation. 

The solution was created by Ed Levine, a board-certified gastroenterologist, and his wife Wendy, also a physician and board-certified psychiatrist. “As doctors, we knew that a safe solution tailored to preventing traveler’s constipation simply didn’t exist. So why not create one?” asked Ed Levine. “Our goal was to create a chemical-free, all-natural combination of plant-based laxatives and fiber that would be effective enough to maintain regularity and prevent constipation before it occurs, yet gentle enough to avoid producing the undesirable side effects of other common laxatives, such as diarrhea.”

Good To Go is a four-day regimen of capsules containing an all-natural blend of bulk, stimulant and osmotic ingredients including psyllium husk, chia seed, prune, apricot extract, aloe vera, senna leaf powder and magnesium. 

Upon arrival at the destination, the traveler takes two “AM” capsules in the morning with a full glass of water, and two “PM” capsules with a full glass of water in the evening for four days. 

Suggested retail price is $14.99 for one four-day travel pack. 


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