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Granddaughters of TV Icon Suzanne Somers Join Her for Launch of her Suzanne Organics Gut Renew Superfood – Camelia and Violet Somers Pay Homage to Three’s Company 45 Years Later

Three’s company for Suzanne Somers and her two granddaughters, Camelia and Violet, who are starring in a new campaign to launch the newest product from the Suzanne Organics line,  GUT RENEW Superfood Protein Formula – Chocolate with 100% cacoa.

This is the second Gut Renew launch adding to the wildly popular Gut Renew Superfood Original formula which supports the critical balance of the gut with the highest quality Organic, Plant-Based Protein, Gut Health Nutrients, Phyto Fruits & Vegetables and Immune Support. GUT RENEW is gluten-free, dairy-free, egg-free, soy-free and vegetarian with 0g sugar and low in carbs (Original 3g, Chocolate 6g)

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Suzanne’s striking granddaughters are the perfect stars for the campaign as they have experienced health issues related to their gut since they were teenagers.  GUT RENEW was created in collaboration with Suzanne and their mother Caroline, who researched all the best ingredients for gut health to help them get well.

The trio shot a series of commercials on a rooftop in the beautiful LA sunshine overlooking West Hollywood, outfitted in colorful workout outfits alongside Suzanne, you can view the video here.

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And in a second video, the sisters pay homage to the opening shots of Three’s Company, which originally starred John Ritter and Suzanne Somers rolling-skating on the Venice Boardwalk, some 45 years ago. You can view the video here – https://wetransfer.com

Like her famous grandmother, Camelia Somers (27), is blessed with brains and beauty – she speaks Mandarin and works in International Distribution for Lionsgate, where she manages the Asian market. She is also dating actor, Chord Overstreet who is starring in Lindsay Lohan’s new holiday movie, Falling for Christmas.

Violet Somers (24) recently graduated from fashion design school in Florence, Italy. She currently splits her time between Paris, Florence and Los Angeles. Many fans call her the brunette version of Suzanne!

Bruce Somers (56), Suzanne’s only son, owns SINCBOX, an advertising agency/production company. He’s married to Caroline Somers, who is the president of Suzanne’s company and developed the GUT RENEW formula for the SUZANNE brand, based on her daughter’s gut health issues.

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