New Fiber Sources: Inulin, FOS, Methylcellulose....Come Again?

August 2005
Environmental Nutrition;Aug2005, Vol. 28 Issue 8, p7
Provides question and answer advisory on the inclusion of inulin as an added ingredient on several food products. Extraction of a soluble dietary fiber from chicory root; Encouragement of the growth of good bacteria in the intestinal tract; Consumption of traditional high-fiber foods; Consideration of the prebiotic properties of inulin.


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