- Reduces Visceral Fat
- Natural Unflavoured, GMO FREE
- Promotes a Healthy Gut
- Sprinkle on Food
- Packaging May Vary
What is Inulin? Inulin is a starchy fiber found in Chicory root, Jerusalem artichoke, Garlic and other foods. Inulin powder was recently been featured on the BBC TV programme – How To Stay Young with Angela Rippon for its ability to help reduce visceral fat. It is increasingly used in foods because it has unusually adaptable characteristics. Its flavour is subtly sweet and often described as having a similar taste to candy floss. It can be used as sugar replacement and Inulin can also be used in baking to preserve moisture in cakes and biscuits, as well as a binding agent and sweetener. Inulin can also be used to make a syrup by mixing it with water and heating gently. Inulin has several important health benefits. It promotes gut health, helps aid weight loss and can help manage diabetes. In addition to being a versatile ingredient Inulin has many benefits – It increases calcium absorption and possibly magnesium absorption while promoting the growth of beneficial intestinal bacteria, also reduce visceral fat this is the fat that lies around your organs etc. Chicory Inulin is considered to be a prebiotic. Inulin is used by good bacteria in the digestive system to produce various nutrients which are beneficial towards your health. Inulin is high in fibre making this a great addition to your diet. Try adding 1 teaspoon (5g) to your shakes, smoothies, juice, tea, coffee or baking (Start with a low dose and gradually increase your intake over the course of a few weeks) Store in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. This product is intended to be used alongside an active lifestyle and a balanced diet. Suitable for vegetarians and vegans. GMO FREE, Kosher and Halal certified. You may experience some minor side effects in the beginning. Possible side effects are: Flatulence (gas) Bloating Abdominal discomfort. Loose stools.