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PureLean Fibre

By : Pure Encapsulations


Weight Management: Soluble fibre helps slow the rate of digestion, promoting satiety, digestive health, nutrient absorption and healthy glycemic control. It enhances satiety by absorbing water and adding bulk in the digestive tract. Research has revealed that the high molecular weight and viscosity of glucomannan is particularly supportive. In an 8-week double blind trial, glucomannan provided statistically significant
support for weight management in volunteers. Several randomized controlled trials indicate that glucomannan supports healthy lipid metabolism and promotes healthy glycemic control.

GI Health: Both soluble and insoluble fibres promote GI motility and regularity, supporting healthy bowel
movements and softer stools by adding bulk. Studies with glucomannan, Sunfiber® partially hydrolyzed guar gum, flaxseed and rice bran indicate that these fibres promote abdominal comfort, GI motility and bowel regularity while being well-tolerated. Furthermore, soluble fibre is fermented in the large intestines by intestinal microflora, producing short chain fatty acids (SCFAs). SCFAs are important energy sources for the colon and have protective effects for healthy colon cell function. SCFAs also keep the intestinal environment acidic, providing optimal conditions for lactobacillus and other beneficial bacteria to thrive.

Detoxification: Fibre also helps to collect and eliminate waste and toxins from the intestinal walls, minimizing the amount of exposure of the GI tract to toxins. Research suggests that flax seed fibre supports colon cell health in part by promoting healthy beta-glucuronidase activity and detoxification. High fibre diets also increase fecal elimination of bile acids to support healthy lipid excretion. Several randomized controlled trials indicate that glucomannan supports healthy lipid metabolism in this way.


two scoops (14.3 grams) contain

calories … 40
sodium … 15 mg
carbohydrate … 8 g
dietary fibre … 6 g
protein … 1 g
magnesium (citrate) … 100 mg

other ingredients: CreaFibe cellulose, Sunfiber® partially hydrolyzed guar gum,
flax seed fibre, xylitol, glucomannan, rice bran (defatted), prune powder,
apple pectin, Lo Han (Momordica grosvenori) fruit extract.

Magnesium is derived from limestone. Citrate is derived from corn dextrose fermentation. Flax seed fibre is derived from Linum usitatissimum. Sunfiber® partially hydrolyzed gum is derived from guar plant seed. CreaFibe cellulose is derived from bamboo. Defatted rice bran powder is derived from rice. Glucomannan is derived from root of Amorphophallus konjac. Prune powder and apple pectin are derived from the fruit. Xylitol is derived from corn cob and purified to be free of corn protein. Lo Han extract is derived from Momordica grosvenori fruit. PureLean Fibre contains 6.5 to 7 grams of fibre per serving, typically providing 3.7 grams of soluble fibre and 3.4 grams of insoluble fibre.
Sunfiber® is a registered trademark of Taiyo International, Inc.


PureLean™ Fibre contains a blend of soluble fibres from glucomannan, guar gum, apple pectin and prune powder and insoluble fibres from rice bran, cellulose and flaxseed to promote satiety and weight management as part of a healthy lifestyle with a reduced calorie diet and regular exercise. Fibre also supports regularity, detoxification, GI cell health and microflora balance.


343 grams


Pure Encapsulations recommends 1-3 servings per day, mixed with a beverage. Adequate water intake is recommended.

Potential side effects/Safety

Fibres in this formula could cause gastrointestinal discomfort, including bloating, flatulence, abdominal
pain or diarrhea. Additionally, when consumed without adequate fluids, it can cause GI obstruction. It is recommended to begin taking small amounts with adequate fluids and increase daily fibre intake slowly over time. If pregnant or lactating, consult your physician before taking this product.

Fibres in this formula could alter the absorption of some medications. Concurrent administration is not recommended. Individuals on antidiabetes medications may require blood glucose monitoring. Flaxseed may be contra-indicated with certain blood thinning medications.
Consult your physician for more information.

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