INULIN (Benegast) is a type of soluble fiber found in a variety of plants. Fibers are compounds that are not digested or absorbed by the human gut. Soluble fibers attract water and turn to gel during digestion.
INULIN (Benegast) is made up of a string of fructose molecules (like beads on a string) with glucose on either end.
These molecules are linked in the chain by links that are not digestible by the human gut.
Absorb water and swell up like a gel which helps in forming softer stools.
INULIN (Benegast)’s solubility allows it to absorb a lot of water. As it swells up it forms a gel that gathers fat particles along the way and takes them out of the body.