Product FAQ > Inulin (6 entries)

  • Inulin is a natural soluble fiber, made from chicory roots. As an ingredient, Inulin can add nutritional value to foods while improving taste and texture.
  • Inulin is a prebiotic that is fermented in the lower intestine by the beneficial bacteria, bifidobacteria. Because Inulin is a lower calorie carbohydrate it is beneficial in foods aiding in weight ...
  • A prebiotic selectively stimulates growth of healthy bacteria in the colon such as Bifidobacteria and Lactobacilli, which provide benefits to the body's digestive system. Inulin is fermented by these intestinal bacteria, ...
  • Inulin products have caloric values ranging from 1.1 to 1.3 calories per gram. Carbohydrates in general have a value of 4 calories per gram.
  • Prebiotic benefits can be seen from Inulin at about 5 grams per day. For increased calcium absorption a person should consume at least 8 grams per day. Dietary fiber in general ...
  • Inulin is extremely heat stable.