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Australia’s notorious Clean Eating Diet Plan scammer (actually a guideline), uses the poor woman Isabelle Caro to promote her product. Isabelle Caro was a model from France who suffered from severe anorexia that died at the young age of 28.
To see Ashy have a “comparison” photo with the poor lady is just horrifyingly disgusting. I am sure that Isabelle Caro would not want to have herself promoted in such a way.
View some of the comments left by her page viewers below.
Ashy Bines: Fit or Fraud?
If you’re female, live in Australia, and are one of the many people who have Facebook, then you’ve probably heard of Ashy Bines. For those of you who haven’t, how could you not? She is Australia’s leading body transformation specialist after all. Or so she claims.
In less than a year, Ashy Bines has become a brand name.
It appears that the old forum URL has disappeared and a new forum has been created, normally one would be exited and think progress at last, the old forum was not working and was a ghost town. Hard to manoeuvre and not user friendly.
Having regard to the abundance of customer feedback, both negative and constructive, one would have expected that that since July 2012, ABBBC Pty Ltd would have put all their efforts into making this a professional online forum, which had a user friendly interface, and then contacted all of their clients (existing and new clients) with:-
Ashy Bines, the uncertified nutritionist/dietitian in Australia that claims to be “the best in the fitness industry”, does not suggest within her Clean Eating Diet Plan (actually a guideline, still hasn’t changed product name and still misleading), that you would/should need to take pills, powders and even stating numerous times to go all natural.
Read the following repetitive FAQs taken straight off her website.
Ashy Bines has recently updated her website with a few tweaks, including the FAQs. She has replaced the very first FAQ about being a vegetarian to the one below.
With small amounts of research I have found three articles to support a contradiction to the FAQs stated above by the unqualified nutritionist (Ashy Bines).