Intestinal flora and the immune system
Inulin is a prebiotic natural plant fiber builds on the intestinal flora and strengthens the immune system. It has a bifidogenic effect, nourishes the intestine and the intestinal flora. Inulin is slightly sweet and comes from the chicory root. Inulin consists of many glucose-chips and is also comparable with starch. In contrast to starch contains inulin fiber, which can not be digested in the gut because humans lack the appropriate enzymes for this, and can therefore continue to reach the colon. There, it stimulates the growth of bifidobacteria in the intestine.
Thus, Gluten Free Inulin has a bifidogenic effect and affects the intestinal flora. Inulin is one of the non-digestible dietary fiber, which stimulate the growth of bifidobacteria, with a minimum amount of 12 g inulin per day. Since inulin is not split, it also contains virtually no calories:
300g certified organic agave inulin powder.
|Name||Inulin Organic Agave Prebiotic Fiber Powder, 300g|