Soluble Fibres: Solulin And Fuructooliogsach Breaks

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Soluble fibres are probiotics because they contain compounds that probiotic bacteria require to function. These compounds are produced through the breakdown of these soluble fibres and some examples of them are inulin and fructooliogsachrides. Soluble fibres help people with indigestion but additionally can shift the bacterial content of the gut to which can then aid the production of some hormone and strengthen the bowel wall, for example. Soluble fibres dissolve in water and are broken down into a gel like product in the colon, which are then converted into acids and gas to aid the growth of specific bacteria which then positively affect bodily function. Inulin is an example of a prebiotic and is a long chain example, this means it contains

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