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- Echinacea, the Sacred Plant
- A full grown Echinacea-plant is an impressive and decorative appearance. You may consider giving her a place in your garden. This beautiful plant will probably steal your heart with her large, colorful and long lasting flowers. No doubt you have heard of...
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- Inulin. Dr. Anne Franck, Ir.
- Inulin-Type Prebiotics – A Review: Part 1
- on the starting source and degree of processing, inulin-type prebiotics can be inulin-type prebiotics will be covered in part 2 of this review.
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- BENEO Label Continues to Drive Business Expansion for Customers
- Summary:The label provides a product with a recognisable symbol that indicates to consumers that it contains a sufficient amount of Orafti inulin or oligofructose to support scientifically proven health and nutritional benefits.
- Feeding the Gut
- Inulin, which is part of the FOS family, refers to a group of naturally occurring polysaccharides that has been shown to improve bone health by increasing calcium and other mineral absorption, 1 and prevent chronic inflammatory intestinal disorders.
- 10 new diet-friendly products on store shelves
- Warning: Although made with whole wheat flour, oat flakes, wheat bran and flax seeds, it also contains more inulin than any of these desirable ingredients. (Inulin is an isolated fiber that doesn't provide all of the health benefits of whole grains.
- Marketing: Fiber for Baked Goods
- The well-established prebiotic fiber inulin is also enjoying increased new product activity, with 5.7% more products containing the ingredient tracked from 2009 to 2010.
- Using Your Noodle: Pasta Alternatives
- Made by companies such as the popular Dreamfields brand, these are similar to whole wheat pastas (Dreamfields' is actually a "better for you" white pasta) to which inulin is added.
Suggested Web Resources
- Inulin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Inulins are a group of naturally occurring polysaccharides produced by many types of plants. They belong to a class of fibers known as fructans.
- Inulin: Friend or Foe?
- Dec 10, 2007 (NaturalNews) Inulin seems to be the latest health food craze. In this article, I will present both sides of the inulin story. Is it for everybody?
- Since Inulin/FOS is indigestible by our bodies, it gets transported to the large intestine where it feeds microbes and promotes fermentation.
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