Inulin, a naturally occurring fermentable fiber and prebiotic, is found in the roots of many foods. As a prebiotic fiber, inulin supports digestive and gastrointestinal health by providing an environment in which beneficial gut bacteria can flourish. A healthy gut microbiome can help improve nutrient absorption, reduce inflammation and bloating, and support regular bowel habits. As a dietary fiber, Inulin may also support healthy weight loss and appetite by giving you a feeling of fullness over a longer period of time.

Many studies are being done on other potential benefits of Inulin, including the potential for increased calcium absorption, improved cholesterol, and healthy glucose metabolism.

Cervoni, B. (2020). The Health Benefits of Inulin. Verywell Health.