INULIN is a type of sugar that occurs naturally in plants such as chicory, onions or asparagus. In the human body, inulin is digested by intestinal bacteria, not by human digestive enzymes. It can have beneficial effects on health. Is a prebiotic, a substance that stimulates the growth of beneficial intestinal bacteria. It can also lower blood glucose levels and regulate cholesterol levels. For athletes, inulin may have benefits due to its effect on improving the functioning of the digestive system and reducing the level of oxidative stress of the body during intense physical exertion. We usually find it in health-promoting products, used as fiber.
Dosage: from 5 to 10 g per day.