fructooligosaccharide

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fructooligosaccharide

a naturally occurring fructan sugar used as a prebiotic in petfoods. It acts like a fiber, passing undigested to the large intestine where it is extensively fermented by colonic bacteria.
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Selective stimulation of bifidobacteria in the human colon by oligofructose and inulin.
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This can be achieved with sugar substitutes, for example BENEO's ISOMALT, or BENEO's dietary fibers, such as oligofructose or inulin.
For example, when she gave 22 women chocolate crisp bars with 10 grams (a fairly high dose) of one of four processed fibers--inulin, oligofructose, soluble corn fiber, or resistant wheat starch--they felt no less hungry than when they got bars with no added fiber.
Technological functionality of inulin and oligofructose.
2005) reported that dietary oligofructose and inulin increased egg production and feed efficiency of layers without impairing egg quality.
Beneo's soluble prebiotic fibres inulin and oligofructose are easily incorporated into beverages, promoting a healthy gut flora, while maintaining taste and texture.
They consider the application of sweeteners in food and drinks to replace sugar content; quality control, production, handling, and storage; European, Japanese, US, and Indian regulations and legislation; nutritional and health aspects, including benefits; environmental and health concerns of genetically modified herbicide-tolerant crops of high fructose corn syrup and sugar beets; inulin, oligofructose, maltodextrin, and polydextrose as bulking and fat-replacing agents; and the risk assessment of sweeteners used as food additives.
1) SANKOM-CanDiet is a dietary supplement that contains inulin and oligofructose enriched with vitamins, mineral salts, green tea and natural flavours.
The most commonly used prebiotics are inulin type fructans (inulin, oligofructose, fructo-oligosaccharides) and galacto-oligosaccharides.
Dietary modulation of the human gut microflora using the prebiotics oligofructose and inulin.
The prebiotics that have been used most often in clinical trials completed to date are the compounds inulin and oligofructose.