Fats, fluids and fiber: I shared my best energy tips on CBS TV

Regular Girl fiber

October 16, 2015

We’ve all had those days when we didn’t want to get up in the morning. Perhaps staying up too late the night before or filling our bellies with unhealthy junk food zapped our momentum. Or perhaps our imbalanced bowels are adding to that sluggish feeling. When I appeared on Nashville’s Talk of the Town, I told viewers to think about fiber. I explained how Regular Girl, made with Sunfiber and beneficial probiotics, may help them feel more in control by supporting intestinal health. Because when you are feeling good on the inside, your whole day is a little bit brighter.

The amount of energy you have often depends on how you are treating your body. For example, not eating enough nutrient-rich foods or drinking enough water may lead to feeling lethargic all day. Getting too little sleep or not enough exercise may also drain your energy level. Help yourself generate the energy you need for an active life by evaluating what is going on in your life. When you can, strive for balance.

This is especially true in the bathroom, which is why I’m so excited about Regular Girl. It’s one of the newest products made with Sunfiber, a truly regulating prebiotic fiber which improves both occasional diarrhea and constipation. Regular Girl also contains eight billion CFU of Bifidobacterium lactis. Sunfiber and this beneficial probiotic bacteria work together to optimize your intestinal health. Regular Girl is also ideal for people looking for an easy way to add fiber to their diet. The average American diet provides less than 20 grams of fiber, yet experts recommend at least seven grams more.

Packaged in individual serving packets, Regular Girl is an easy addition to anyone’s lifestyle. There are no annoying side effects, and it mixes cleanly into most unheated foods and beverages with no change in taste or texture. Simply add the gluten-free fiber to your morning juice, yogurt or smoothie, or the slip the packet into your lunch or gym bag for easy fiber to go.

Felicia Stoler is a registered dietitian, exercise physiologist and expert consultant in nutrition and healthful living, compensated to provide her professional opinions.

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  • Felicia Stoler MS, RD

    Dr. Felicia D. Stoler is a registered dietitian, exercise physiologist and expert consultant in nutrition and healthful living. She was the host for the reality show, Honey We’re Killing the Kids on TLC. She is the author of Living Skinny in Fat Genes™: The Healthy Way to Lose Weight and Feel Great (Pegasus 2011). She specializes in integrating behavior modification to influence positive health outcomes. Stoler is the published author of numerous articles on nutrition, exercise, health and wellness.

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