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NutriClean Advanced Fibre Powder is a simple, healthy addition to get missing fibre back into your regular diet. The United Kingdom National Diet and Nutrition Survey (NDNS) reported that 72% of men and 87% of women are not meeting the recommend 30g...
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Benefits

  • High in fibre, containing over 9 grams of fibre per serving
  • A simple and convenient way to get missing fibre back into your daily diet
  • Helps to relieve the symptoms of occasional constipation
  • Promotes healthy growth of beneficial bacteria in the colon
  • Helps maintain normal bowel movements
  • Supports overall health by helping to promote immune health
  • May support overall health by helping to maintain normal blood glucose levels
  • Helps maintain beneficial intestinal microflora
  • Studies show inulin can aid in metabolic health
  • Studies indicate a diet high in fibre can help support healthy cholesterol levels
  • Ideal to use in conjunction with TLS Nutrition shakes as part of your weight management program
  • No added flavours
  • Low in Sugar
  • Can supplement the soluble fibre found in some fruits, vegetables, and whole grains

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Product Classifications

Gluten-Free – The finished product contains no detectable gluten (<10ppm).

Vegetarian – Nutriclean Advanced Fibre Powder with Stevia is a vegetarian product.

Drinkable Supplement – Easy-to-swallow supplements in liquid form are immediately available to the body for absorption

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Why Choose Nutriclean Advanced Fibre Powder

NutriClean Advanced Fibre Powder is a simple, healthy addition to get missing fibre back into your regular diet. The United Kingdom National Diet and Nutrition Survey (NDNS) reported that 72% of men and 87% of women are not meeting the recommend 30g AOAC (18g NSP) of Fibre per day. Nutriclean Advanced Fibre Powder provides half the daily value in one, easy to drink scoop per day! Taking control of your digestive health is easy with Nutriclean Advanced Fibre Powder! 

Nutriclean Advanced Fibre Powder has been shown to relieve symptoms of occasional constipation, thereby maintaining normal bowel movements. The bowel is the major point of excretion from the digestive system and a major determinant in overall digestive system health. This blend of fibres and biocultures team up to help promote colon health and promote a healthy immune system.

NutriClean Advanced Fibre Powder delivers two types of top quality soluble fibre derived from two plant sources, with beneficial probiotics, which promotes the growth of good bacteria in the colon, keeping things in balance in terms of microorganisms. Verified by our in-house scientists, NutriClean Advanced Fibre powder contains one of the most advantageous mixtures of L-glutamine, inulin, Fibersol-2, and biocultures. NutriClean Advanced Fibre Powder’s Bioculture blend supplies 1.5 billion healthful microorganisms. Taking NutriClean Advanced Fibre Supplement is a quick and convenient way to contribute to your daily fibre intake. 

Why Choose Nutriclean Advanced Fibre Powder  

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Keep it moving with Nutriclean!

Most fibre products are just some form of laxative. NutriClean is a multifaceted product designed to target many aspects of the GI tract. NutriClean features innovative, cutting edge ingredients like Fibersol-2® and Biocultures to provide a well-rounded, effective food supplement! Keep yourself moving with NutriClean!

Key Ingredients

Fibersol-2® (resistant maltodextrin) 5,000 mg
Fibersol-2 is a soluble fiber having a positive impact on the elimination of wastes and colon health, as well as helping to support normal bowel regularity and supporting healthy digestive function. Fibersol-2 is a spray-dried powder made by the enzymatic hydrolysis of cornstarch, which makes it resistant to digestion. It is a safe maltodextrin, easily mixed in water and carries no flavor. Fibersol-2 is highly soluble and clear in solution. It helps to support overall health by helping to maintain normal blood lipid and glucose levels. 

Inulin Fibre (fructo-oligosaccharide extract of chicory root) 5,000 mg
Prebiotic fibres are food sources preferred by friendly bacteria. Inulin, an important prebiotic, exists in foods such as asparagus, chicory, garlic, Jerusalem artichoke and onion. Inulin or fructo-oligosaccharides (FOS) are fibres in the form of starches that the human body cannot fully digest. When a person consumes prebiotics, the undigested portions provide nourishment for beneficial bacteria in the digestive tract. Inulins also may promote the growth of favorable bacterial populations, such as bifidobacteria in the colon. Bifidobacteria may inhibit the growth of pathogenic bacteria, such as Clostridium perfringens and diarrheogenic strains of Escherichia coli. Inulin consumption may also contribute to the maintenance of normal blood glucose levels.

Bioculture Blend (Lactobacillus acidophilus, Lactobacillus plantarum, Bifodobacterium bifidum, Lactobacillus casei)
Biocultures, such as lactobacillus acidophilus, are strains of "beneficial" or "good" bacteria, known to help to maintain a healthy digestive tract. The digestive system naturally houses trillions of good bacteria that directly help the body digest, modify and convert the foods we eat. Disruptions to these populations of (good bacteria) are common; and must be kept at adequate levels in order to overwhelm other bacteria, which may begin to run rampant in the event the good bacteria levels decrease. In displacing other bacteria and yeast, acidophilus (and other beneficial bacteria like plantarun, bifidum and casei) may also play a significant role in maintaining a healthy immune system, and promoting a healthy colon. Such beneficial bacteria can be found naturally in foods such as cultured yogurts and kefir. 

L-glutamine 1,000 mg
High-protein foods including meat, fish, beans and dairy products are excellent sources of glutamine. L-glutamine is an amino acid derived from another amino acid, glutamic acid. Glutamine is an amino acid that is used by the GI tract as its source of fuel. Glutamine helps to support overall health by helping to maintain normal cholesterol levels, helping to maintain normal blood glucose levels, strengthening the natural defenses of the digestive system, and promoting immune health. Because the cells of the intestine use glutamine for fuel, supplemental L-glutamine has been used to promote digestive health.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why is maintaining colon health so important?
Few people notice their digestive system until there is an apparent problem, such as gas, indigestion, irregularity or diarrhea. But these common occurrences could also constitute markers of much larger problems that place the spotlight on proper colon health and digestive system maintenance. Over a period of time, a diet lacking in certain nutrients and fibre can cause undigested food to slow down its transit time in the colon, which could lead to health concerns. In addition, this can lead to occasional constipation. Such consequences certainly make the case for paying attention to the maintenance of sound colon.

Why is fibre so important to overall health?
The recommended average intake for adults in the United Kingdom is 30g AOAC fibre (18g NSP) per day. Unfortunately the average adult does not get nearly enough fibre in their daily diet, men averaging 14.8g/day and women averaging 12.8g/day. This is unfortunate because fibre should be among one of the most important components of your diet, yet is often overlooked. Fibre benefits include the ability to help maintain healthy levels of cholesterol, intestinal regularity, healthy intestinal microflora. According to the British Nutrition Foundation, a diet low in fibre is associated with constipation and poor gut health.

What is Fibersol-2?
Fibersol-2 is an innovative, dynamic type of fibre. It is a unique soluble fibre from corn, a readily available source. It is not absorbed into the blood stream, which means that it remains intact and ready for action in the lower portion of the digestive tract, the colon. It offers all of the benefits of fibre previously listed. It has been found to support normal bowel movements. When thought of in terms such as these, Fibersol-2 promotes regularity and relief to the average American who consumes a typical diet, which is often laden with processed foods of little to no nutritional value.

What Makes NutriClean® Advanced Fibre Powder different from something I can find in a local store?
NutriClean is revolutionary in the way of colon health. While most fibres in grocery stores or pharmacies may help to promote a laxative effect, they are still leaving out key ingredients. Market United Kingdom’s NutriClean Advanced Fibre Powder goes several steps further to promote colon health. Unlike common fibres, which supply only simple laxative fibres, NutriClean Advanced Fibre Powder contains the nutrient L-Glutamine that fuels the digestive system. Next, only the highest potency, well-researched and cutting edge fibres are used in our special formula including the dynamic inulin fiber and Fibersol-2. Our fibre blend contains 1.5 billion biocultures, which helps maintain the balance of gut flora, which plays an integral part in maintaining overall body health.

What exactly are Biocultures?
Biocultures are a type of bacteria. They should not be confused, however, with the unhealthy bacteria that can build up in our colons due to an unhealthy diet or taking antibiotics. Biocultures, like the ones found in NutriClean Advanced Fibre Powder, actually offset the actions of surplus harmful bacteria thus promoting optimal overall health. The use of biocultures has been found to be helpful for the immune system, and maintaining an optimally functioning digestive system. For centuries, cultures all over the world have used a variety of biocultures to sustain a healthy body. Biocultures need to be given in high amounts with over one billion per serving to be effective. They should also be consumed regularly. NutriClean Advanced Fibre Powder includes 1.5 billion CFU’s per serving including Lactobacillus acidophilus, Lactobacillus plantarum, and Lactobacillus casei and Bifidobacteria bifidum.

How do I take NutriClean Advanced Fibre Powder?
Mix 1 rounded scoop (11.4 g) of powder in 240 ml of cold water, stir or shake briskly and drink immediately. Use once daily or as directed by your healthcare provider. Drink plenty of fluids while using this product.

Who Should not use this product?
Do not use this product if you are experiencing abdominal pain, nausea, or vomiting. Do not use if you are allergic to any of the listed ingredients. If you are taking any prescription medications, have an ongoing medical condition, or are pregnant or breastfeeding, you should consult your healthcare provider before using this product. If you have scleroderma (systemic sclerosis), you should consult your healthcare provider before taking any kind of ­fibre product. Consult a healthcare provider if you have experienced a sudden change in bowel habits that has persisted for 2 weeks prior to taking this product. Rectal bleeding or failure to have a bowel movement after use of a ­fibre product may indicate a serious condition. If you experience these effects, discontinue use immediately and consult your healthcare provider.

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