Pekhill's Organic Inulin Syrup or liquid is a short-chain inulin with a degree of polymerization of less than 10. It is obtained from organic Jerusalem artichoke tubers through hot water extraction and membrane filtration. It is a kind of dietary fiber with sugar-replacing function and belongs to natural prebiotic products.
Our organic inulin powder and organic inulin syrup are organic certified, Non-GMO, Kosher. Contact us for more information and documents.
Slight sweet taste
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Packing & Storage
The inner packaging is aseptic bag, the outer packaging is plastic flange barrel.
The product can be stored in sealed original packaging under the mentioned conditions for 2 years from date of manufacture.
The effective daily intake of healthy adults is 5 grams, and the recommended maximum daily intake is 15 to 20 grams. For people with medical problems, pregnant women, children, please consult a doctor. You can take organic inulin directly, or you can add a moderate amount of organic inulin to beverages, coffee, or food.
Dietary fiber reduces blood lipid levels by absorbing intestinal fat and forming fat-fiber complexes that are excreted in the feces. Before the end of the gut, inulin ferments itself into short-chain fatty acids and lactate, a regulator of liver metabolism. Short-chain fatty acids (acetate and propionate) act as fuel in the blood, and propionate inhibits cholesterol synthesis.
The short-chain fat produced by the fermentation of inulin in the colon makes the crypts on the mucosa shallow, the crypt cells increase, and the absorption area is increased, and the cecal veins are more developed. The acid produced by fermentation reduces the pH of the colon, which improves the solubility and bioavailability of many minerals. In particular, short-chain fatty acids can stimulate the growth of colonic mucosal cells and improve the absorption capacity of the intestinal mucosa. Inulin can promote the secretion of some microorganisms. Acidase, phytase can release metal ions chelated with phytic acid and promote its absorption.
After ingesting inulin, it can enhance gastrointestinal motility, improve gastrointestinal function, increase digestion and appetite, and improve immunity
A series of metabolic activities of inulin can inhibit the production of toxic substances, increase the frequency and weight of defecation, increase the acidity of feces, accelerate the excretion of carcinogens, and produce short-chain fatty acids with anti-cancer effects, which are beneficial to the prevention of colon cancer.