Frequently Asked Questions
Good To Go is a simple, four-day regimen of gentle, all-natural, plant-based supplements formulated to prevent travelers from developing that all-too-common travel problem: constipation on a vacation or business trip, and the symptoms that go with it: gas, bloating and cramps. Good To Go is the first and only treatment created specifically to prevent and relieve traveler’s constipation.
According to the leading Gastroenterology journal, almost 40% of people get constipated when they travel, whether for business or pleasure (Am J Gastroenterol. 2003 Feb;98(2):507-9). The reasons for this are not really known but are attributed to changes in diet, including dehydration; changes in schedule, including long periods of sitting; shifting mealtimes; irregular or limited access to bathroom facilities; stress; even a psychological preference for one’s own bathroom.
Dr. Ed Levine, a board-certified gastroenterologist, is frequently asked by patients how to avoid getting constipated when they travel. After twenty years in practice, he realized that traveler’s constipation was a unique but common problem virtually unrecognized by the medical community. Dr. Levine and his wife, Wendy Levine, also a doctor, decided to formulate a gentle, safe regimen of proven, all-natural laxatives and fiber, the first product ever created specifically for travel constipation.
Good To Go is a blend of high-quality, all-natural, plant-based fibers, gentle stimulants and natural osmotic ingredients:
- Psyllium Husk Powder and Chia Seeds are soluble plant fibers that absorb water in your system to create a soft, gelatinous texture that mixes with digested food to make it easy to pass through your system.
- Prunes and Apricots are naturally high in insoluble fiber and contain small amounts of natural laxatives.
- Aloe Vera and Senna, an herb, naturally contain chemicals that gently stimulate the intestinal tract to help the colon contract and empty.
- Magnesium, a naturally-occurring mineral, helps attract and increase the amount of water in the intestine.
You can find more detailed information about Good To Go’s active ingredients and how they work at www.begoodtogo.com