What a dif­fer­ence!

Af­ter deal­ing with di­ges­tive dis­com­fort for years, ac­tress Ge­orgie Parker took the Ac­tivia ® four-week chal­lenge. She emerged feel­ing lighter and less bloated.

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Gold Lo­gie win­ner Ge­orgie Parker, who has starred in A Coun­try Prac­tice and Home and Away, says she’s ex­pe­ri­enced di­ges­tive dis­com­fort for as long as she can re­mem­ber.

“Like ev­ery­one, I’m busy. I’m al­ways rush­ing around be­tween shoots, ap­point­ments and meet­ings. Of­ten I’m eat­ing on the run or not at all. This can wreak havoc on your di­ges­tive sys­tem. I’m also a fast eater, which means I tend to overeat and then feel un­com­fort­ably bloated.”

Ge­orgie took the Ac­tivia Chal­lenge to see if it would help re­lieve her di­ges­tive dis­com­fort. For four weeks, she ate two tubs of Ac­tivia® each day – one in the morn­ing and one at night.

“Be­ing a high-en­ergy per­son and be­ing bloated is not ideal. I love that Ac­tivia has an ex­clu­sive strain of pro­bi­otics that is sci­en­tif­i­cally proven to help im­prove di­ges­tive com­fort.”

Dur­ing the chal­lenge, Ge­orgie learned the im­por­tance of choos­ing pro­bi­otics with proven di­ges­tive ben­e­fits. Her other top gut health tips are to eat slower (“It makes a huge dif­fer­ence”) and to stay ac­tive (“Move it or lose it!”).

“Di­ges­tive dis­com­fort is so com­mon – about 90%* of Aussie women ex­pe­ri­ence it – and the main symp­tom of that is bloat­ing”

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