As a gastroenterologist in private practice for 20 years, one question patients often ask is, “Doctor, what can I do about getting constipated when I travel?” Now there’s a good answer.
Most constipation remedies are sold to relieve constipation after you’re already feeling bloated, gassy and in pain. Good To Go is the perfect solution. Because it’s made to help prevent traveler’s constipation before the discomfort begins. It’s a 4-day travel pack that works.
When you leave home, don’t invite constipation along. Read these tips on how to avoid being part of the 38% who suffer from traveler’s constipation, and help ease the transition to your destination.
It’s the usual story: Day 3 of your big trip and you haven’t, well, used the facilities. The gas and bloating is kicking in. You’re starting to get uncomfortable. Suddenly, your relaxing vacation is feeling a lot less so. You start to wonder what you can do. Should you try a laxative? Which one? And will that give you diarrhea?
Presenting Good To Go. The first effective, natural solution specifically designed to help prevent traveler’s constipation before the discomfort begins. Created by a gastroenterologist, Good To Go is a special blend of natural ingredients gentle enough to avoid producing diarrhea–yet effective enough to keep you regular so you can relax and enjoy your time away from home.