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The BelliWelli Powder Is The Gut Health Supplement You’ve Been Waiting For

Hot girls have IBS — at least, that’s what I tell myself to feel better when I find myself doubled over in pain after indulging in a comprehensive dinner of assorted cheeses, bread, and a spoonful of peanut butter. I’m no fool, though. I know exactly how these charcuterie shake-outs will end, and without getting TMI, it’s not great. But, can’t a girl gnaw on some cheddar without her stomach orchestrating an elaborate symphony in response?

Luckily, Katie Wilson, a fellow IBS sufferer, understands the struggle and has dedicated her life to serving hot girls with IBS. And, on March. 1, her company, BelliWelli, launched their 4-in-1 Powder ($56) for all your gut health needs.

BelliWelli is a wellness brand that’s on a journey to make IBS-friendly foods that are also tastebud-friendly. Their viral snack bars put them on the map in 2020 when doctors and normies alike fell in love with their gut-friendly ingredients and delicious flavors (hello, cinnamon churro and strawberry shortcake)! 

Now, BelliWelli is packing all those baked-in benefits into one sip with their new BelliWelli Powder. So, stop taking your supplements with water and take your supplements in water. Just one scoop of the 4-in-1 super powder will help you debloat, reenergize, hydrate, and improve your skin. Plus, you’ll get your daily dose of dietary fiber, electrolytes, collagen, and probiotics. 

But, this super powder’s real superpower is how delicious it is. You’ll feel like you’re sipping a beverage beachside with BelliWelli’s choice of flavors including Yuzu Mandarin, Tropical Breeze, and Cucumber Lime Cooler. Personally, I feel like Cucumber Lime is calling my name. But, really any excuse to sip on something sweet is enough for me to cosign.

BelliWelli understands that food should be a source of pleasure, not pain. With their new superpowder, the focus becomes what you can add to your diet, not take away. And, a couple of delicious sips of a beverage after my go-to girl dinner is exactly what I need.

Tess is a wellness editorial intern for Her Campus with a passion for covering stories about mental health, culture, relationships, and overall wellness. Tess is currently in her final semester at Chapman University studying broadcast journalism and documentary film. Outside of class, you can find her in a yoga class, on a hike, or watching absurd reality TV.