Inulin is a naturally occurring polysaccharide that is present in 36,000 species of plants. Inulin:
Is a non-digestible dietary fiber
Works as a prebiotic**
Stimulates the growth of probiotics**
What is Inulin?
Inulin is a soluble and non-digestible dietary fiber that acts as a prebiotic.** It is considered a naturally-occurring polysaccharide and is produced by many plants. In fact, it is present in 36,000 species of plants and therefore naturally present in many different foods, including asparagus, onions, bananas, wheat and garlic.
Inulin is indigestible, allowing it to pass through the small intestine and stimulate the growth of beneficial intestinal bacteria in the large intestine, which are also known as probiotics.**
Piping Rock Inulin supplements are available in powder form and blends easily into any drink, shake, or smoothie.
Directions For Use
Always consult with your trusted healthcare provider prior to adding any supplement to your regimen. There is no set recommended daily allowance for Inulin supplements. Refer to individual label directions for more information.