What is Inulin?
Inulin is a starchy carbohydrate found in pulses, predominantly lentils and chickpeas.
How can Inulin be used?
Inulin is also used in baking to preserve the moisture in cakes and biscuits, but also as a binding agent. Inulin can also be used as a syrup, by mixing it with water and heating. Finally, this versatile fibre can be used in smoothies to make them thicker and more satiating.
The dietary choices of all our customers are extremely important to us. Whilst this product is manufactured using ingredients and processing aids suitable for the vegan diet, please note that dairy powders are also used within the same production facility and cross contamination may occur at very small levels.
Please note that the labelling on this product is provided in English as a minimum. French, Italian, German, Spanish, Danish, Swedish and Finnish may also be present on a product by product basis.
Inulin is high in fibre making this a great addition to your diet. Try adding 1 1/2 small scoops (5g) to your shakes, smoothies or juice.
Store in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. This product is intended to be used alongside an active lifestyle and a balanced diet. Suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
May also contain gluten, soy, milk and egg.
Unflavoured: Fructo-Oligosaccharide (FOS) (100%)
Serving Size - 1 ½ small scoops (5g)
Servings Per Container - 50 (250g)
|Per 100g||Per Serving||*RI|
|Energy||848 kJ/210 kcal||42 kJ/11 kcal||1%|
|Fat||0 g||0 g||0%|
|of which saturates||0 g||0 g||0%|
|Carbohydrates||8 g||0.4 g||2%|
|of which sugars||8 g||0.4 g||0%|
|Fibre||89 g||4.5 g|
|Protein||0 g||0 g||0%|
|Salt||<0.01 g||<0.01 g||0%|
* Reference intake of an average adult (8400 kJ/2000 kcal)
The nutritional information is based on the Unflavoured version, when choosing an alternative flavour the nutritional values may vary by up to 10%
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