Agave Inulin

Capilla de Guadalupe Mexico
Contraindicated for IBS or following a low-FODMAP diet
Dietary Aid
Found In
M2O, Asparagus, Bananas, Burdock, Chicory, Dandelion root, Garlic, Jerusalem artichokes, Leeks
Helps with

Many plant-based foods contain inulin, a kind of prebiotic fiber. Instead of being digested in the stomach and small intestine, it moves through the digestive tract to the large intestine where it nourishes gut bacteria. A soluble fiber called inulin helps the body absorb magnesium and calcium as well as nourishes gut bacteria and relieves constipation. Lowering blood sugar levels in those with type II diabetes is another advantage of inulin. Inulin helps probiotic bacteria develop in the intestines and is used to treat the symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome, ulcerative colitis, Crohn's disease, and stomach ulcers brought on by H. pylori (Helicobacter) infection.

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