050-000-201 Lnulin (Organic Certified)

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Source from: Jerusalem Artichoke
Appearance: White Fine Powder
Specification: 90% or 95%
CAS No: 9005-80-5



Lnulin Description

Inulin is a kind of reserved polysaccharide, mainly extracted from plants. There are more than 36,000 plants contains inulin, which includes Asteraceae, Campanulaceae, and Gentianaceae, etc. 11 species in dicotyledon also Liliaceae and Gramineae in monocotyledon. For example, there’s rich inulin contained in Jerusalem artichoke tuber, peony tuber, and thistle tuber.

Inulin is a natural soluble dietary fiber and comes from the roots of the chicory plant. This food ingredient is also called chicory root fiber and has significant, scientifically-proven health benefits. Inulin can be applied to develop tasty, healthy food products. Besides fiber enrichement, it can be used to replace sugar and fat while improving taste and mouthfeel.

The Key function of inulin is a kind of natural prebiotics, which metabolizes in the intestinal tract to produce SCFAs.

SCFAs of Lnulin

Improve immunity system, weight control, enhance mineral absorption, control blood sugar, and reduce intestinal cancer risk

Lnulin Application

Dairy, Bakery, Cereals, Energy bar, Beverage, Infant nutrition, Dietary supplement.

Lnulin Benefits

It keeps you full of fiber

Fiber is any type of carbohydrate the body can’t digest. It moves through the intestines intact and continues into the colon to serve as food for the bacteria there. Fiber has no caloric value, but it’s essential to good health.

The fiber in inulin is soluble, which means it dissolves in water. It dissolves in the stomach and then forms a gelatinous substance that:

* slows digestion
*increases fullness
*removes cholesterol as it passes through the digestive tract

It promotes digestive health

Your gut contains between 15,000 and 36,000 species of bacteria. Only a small portion of the bacteria in the body has the potential to be harmful. Good bacteria provide many health benefits. Inulin stimulates these bacteria to grow.

Inulin aids digestion by increasing the number of good bacteria in the gut, particularly Bifidobacteria and Lactobacilli. These bacteria help:

*fend off unwanted pathogens (bad bacteria)
*prevent infection
*stimulate your immune system

It controls blood sugar

Inulin slows digestion, including the digestion of carbohydrates. This allows sugar to be released slowly without spiking, which promotes healthy blood sugar levels.

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by Susan on Lnulin

Lnulin is good for my health.