EASTON, Conn. -- A husband and wife team of doctors from Easton, Drs. Ed and Wendy Levine, have developed a new medication to help with what they call "traveler's constipation."
The Levines have released "Good To Go" to address that problem.
According to a release, Allium Research and Analytics recently surveyed 1,002 Americans who had traveled at least once in the last year for a minimum of three consecutive nights for business or leisure, and found that 48 percent of travelers suffered from constipation during their trip.
Different people have these problems for different reasons, such as changes in schedule, different diet and mealtimes, dehydration, and sitting for long periods of time in cars or planes.
“As doctors, we knew that a safe solution tailored to preventing traveler’s constipation simply didn’t exist. So why not create one?” Ed Levine said in a statement. “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 simple four-day regimen of vegetable-based capsules containing an all-natural blend of proven bulk, stimulant and osmotic ingredients including Psyllium Husk and Chia Seed Power, Prune and Apricot extract, Aloe Vera, Senna Leaf Powder, and naturally occurring Magnesium.
Prices for the product range from $12.99 to $77.95 and is available to purchase on the "Good To Go" website .
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