Prebiotic Fiber (Inulin)

Prebiotic Fiber (Inulin)

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Inulin is a soluble fiber found in Jerusalem artichokes and many other plants. In the large intestine it functions as a prebiotic, which means it is a food source for the beneficial bacteria that live there.
These gut bacteria convert Inulin into short-chain fatty acids, which then nourish the intestinal cells and also help to support and maintain a healthy intestinal flora.
A healthy intestinal flora is the key for food digestion, nutrients assimilation and a strong immune system.