Do Live in a Constipated State, or Are You just Bloated?

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Nobody likes to talk about their bathroom issues, but apparently we have no problem searching for their solutions on the Internet.

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Regular Girl® ended the year by combing through digestion-related Google search trends, and uncovered some fascinating (at least to us, anyway) information. Some regions are VERY interested in constipation. Others appear to be more concerned about bloating. And, then there are our Mississippi and Kentucky friends, who battle both conditions.

Regardless of your zip code, Regular Girl helps you take control of your digestive health. Just one packet a day and you can spend your bandwidth on better things, such as online shopping or streaming Game of Thrones.

States who may need a little help getting things moving

Residents of Mississippi, Kentucky and West Virginia were most interested in constipation in 2015. According to government data, the Southern United States also enjoys fast food more than other regions. Let this be a wake-up call to those who like to lunch in the car. Those drive-through meals often lack fiber, which helps food move through your system at just the right pace.

North Dakota, South Dakota and Montana residents also took a keen interest in constipation in 2015. We’re not sure why residents in these land-locked states are moving so slowly, but we do know staying hydrated can help relieve constipation. And when you add Regular Girl to your water, you won’t even notice the fiber boost. Three cheers for this odorless, colorless and tasteless fiber supplement.

The award for the most-bloated state goes to …

Idaho. We’re guessing it’s the potatoes. Starchy foods may cause bloating, as can eating too quickly, drinking carbonated beverages and stress. Mississippians and Kentuckians are also concerned with bloating, as are Hawaii residents. That’s understandable. It’s hard to maintain a beach body when your belly is filling up with gas.

WebMD suggests probiotic-containing yogurts to help soothe bloating. We make it easy for you by blending eight billion CFU of Bifidobacterium lactis into Regular Girl’s soluble fiber. You get to enjoy the benefits of this good bacteria (and fiber) without any added sugar. Give it a go!


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