Inulin powder can be described as a fibrous carbohydrate that can be classified as a starch. Inulin can be found in a variety of foods such as vegetables, fruits, and herbs. Inulin is in the class of compounds known as fructans and is a naturally occurring oligosaccharide, meaning it has several simple sugars linked together.
You can add inulin to any food or drink to create a slightly sweetened flavour, it is particularly good in creating thicker, more satisfying healthy smoothies. It is also useful in baking as a binding agent or as a syrup when combined with water and heated slightly.
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We recommend not exceeding 2 teaspoons daily.
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Values per 100g