Environmental Nutrition (EN)
Volume 39 • Number 4 • April 2016
Dietary fiber is good for us, but prebiotic fiber has extra benefits. Prebiotic fiber is dietary fiber that escapes digestion in our small intestine but is fermented by “good” bacteria in our large intestine. By nourishing beneficial bacteria, prebiotics can shift the balance of your gut’s community of bacteria and other microbes to a healthier…
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