Inulin from Dandelion – How it Works

Inulin is a starchy, soluble dietary fiber found in many fruits and vegetables. It is a chain of carbohydrates (called an oligosaccharide) made by over 36,000 plants in order to store complex sugar and help them deal with adverse weather conditions. In times of drought or cold, these plants can tap into their reserves from […]

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