- Improve digestive health, ease diarrhea and improve constipation
Promote the absorption of minerals
Low glycemic index and decrease blood lipid levels
Prevent dental caries
Inulin is a prebiotic fiber and is believed to help nourish beneficial bacteria in your gut.Prebiotics are indigestible to you, but they help nourish beneficial bacteria in your body.
Among obese women, consuming inulin beneficially changed their gut microbiota composition in a way that might help promote weight loss or balance the risk of diabetes.
A number of studies have shown the potential for inulin to help with weight loss. Among overweight and obese adults, those who took 21 grams of inulin a day had decreases in their hunger hormone and increase in satiety hormones.
Inulin improves absorption of calcium and magnesium, leading to improved bone density and bone mineralization in children
Daily supplementation with 15 grams of inulin improved constipation and quality of life in elderly people with constipation
As a dietary supplement, take 2,600 mg (1 tsp) one to three times daily with food or beverage, or as directed by a physician. To avoid stomach upset, begin with smaller doses.
Storage: Keep in a cool dry place
Keep out of reach of children!
This product is not intended for use by those with a serious medical condition or pregnant or lactating women. Consult your physician before use.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.