• Inulin is a non-digestible fiber found in root herbs such as burdock, dandelion, chicory and over 35,000 plants & vegetables throughout the world.
  • Inulin is a natural food for the lactobacilli in the intestine and can increase their volume by 5-10 times.
  • On average, Americans eat less than 3g of inulin per day, mainly from wheat. 16th century Europeans consumed about 35g of inulin daily, while 19th century Central and South Americans consumed up to 100g daily.

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  • Studies show that inulin can increase the absorption of calcium (an important nutrient especially for women and children) by 18%. Modern diets mean that most people fall well short of the recommended digested calcium intake of 1000mg per day.
  • Inulin is recommended sometimes for diabetics because it is not absorbed & does not affect blood sugar levels. Inulin has no connection with Insulin.