Inulin powder from Jerusalem artichoke could give its commercial counterparts a run for their money

(Natural News) Inulin powder is commonly used as a food additive, particularly as a low-calorie sweetener, fat replacer, and fiber enricher. It is also considered a prebiotic because it promotes activities and growth of beneficial microorganisms in the gut. While it is commonly made from chicory root, it can also be produced from various fruits,…

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