Ashy Bines Cleanse Review
What You Should Know
Ashy Bines Cleanse is a powdered fiber marketed by weight loss sensation Ashy Bines. The powder contains multiple sources of fiber, flavoring and a sweetener to make the fiber powder more palatable. According to the product description, Ashy Bines Cleanse is designed to help free blockages that could be weighing you down. Literally that means it will have a laxative effect, but we found it interesting that one serving contains less fiber than your typical high-fiber diet food.
List of Ingredients
- Long Chain Glucose Polymers
- Psyllium Husk
- Dietary Fiber
- Linseed Fiber
- Guar Gum
- Citric Acid
Ashy Bines Cleanse contains a few sources of natural sugar. With multiple sources of sugar there is bound to be some calories in the supplement, but we could not locate a product label on the official Ashy Bines website, the Ashy Bines supplement website or the authorized retailer Australian Sports Nutrition. The dieter is expected to purchase this sugar-laden supplement without known how many calories are supplied per serving.
In addition to the sugars, we found multiple sources of fiber. Fiber is a natural laxative that requires water to work properly. Taking a supplement like Ashy Bines Cleanse could cause constipation if it is taken without adequate liquid. There is no mention of this issue in the product description. Fiber may also help regulate hunger as it takes longer to digest than other carbohydrates.
Dandelion is the final ingredient in Ashy Bines Cleanse. This ingredient is a diuretic, which forces water from the body. Diuretics do not stop leeching water from the body when dehydration occurs and with the increased urination comes potassium and sodium loss. We did not notice potassium or sodium on the ingredient list. When the body loses these crucial electrolytes, muscle function can be impaired. The heart is the main muscle in the body and with prolonged use; diuretics can cause heart-related side effects.
- The ingredients in Ashy Bines Cleanse are listed online.
- The formula may reduce hunger by keeping the stomach fuller, longer.
- The product label with calorie content is not listed in the product description.
- Ashy Bines Cleanse contains multiple sources of sugar.
If you want to increase fiber intake and cleanse the body via fiber, you can purchase products with just fiber and nothing more. These supplements can be used indefinitely to support colon health as long as you increase water intake while taking fiber supplements. Dandelion should not be taken indefinitely, so Ashy Bines Cleanse is a short-term solution for constipation – not a safe fiber supplement.