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Nature's Formula Inulation Prebiotic Instantized Supplement - Large Can
Natures Formula Inulation Prebiotic Instantized Supplement - Large Can

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What is Inulation? - An Overview:

  • Inulation Is A Prebiotic

  • Helps Promote Healthy Bacteria

  • Starves Out Unhealthy Bacteria

  • Helps Control Candida Albicans Yeast Infections

  • Safe For Nursing Mothers

  • Inulation Is An All Natural Water-Soluble Fiber

  • Proven to Help Lower LDL Cholesterol

  • Balance pH in the Colon

  • Helps Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

  • Helps Control Diarrhea & Constipation

  • Has been Shown To Help Control C. diff

  • Inulation Taken After using Antibiotics /Helps To Rebuild “Good Bacteria" In The Gut

  • Helps With Mineral Absorption

  • No Pesticides used on Chicory Plants

  • Complies with GMO labeling regulations (Not Genetically Modified)

  • Our Inulation is from Chicory Root only. No other sources!

  • Safe for Diabetics, Has a Glycemic Index of 0. No influence on blood glucose.

  • Dissolves Easily - Can be mixed with any liquid

  • Excellent to Cook With and Gives Foods A Good “Mouth Feel”

  • Often Taken With A Probiotic To Provide A One Two Punch.

  • Helps Enhance Effectiveness of Digestive Enzymes

  • Contains none of the following allergens: gluten, components from milk, soy, nuts, fruit, eggs, meat or fish.


Why our Inulin versus others?

  • Circle K certified (Kosher Certified)
  • GRAS, USDA approved
  • Certified by Halal Correct
  • Inulation has an Average Chain Length of 8-13 monomers
  • Inulin chain length can vary between 2-60 monomers
  • Complies with GMO Labeling regulations All fructans (inulin/oligofructose) in this product can be analyzed by the following methods: (AOAC 997.08), (AACC32-31), (AOAC 999.03), (AACC32-32).

Inulin in Lipid Control

  • Serum and LDL cholesterol
  • Serum triglycerides
  • Cholesterol synthesis
  • HDL/LDL ratio
  • Biosynthesis of fatty acids

Inulin in Calcium Supplementation

  • Calcium absorption and balance
  • Bone loss
  • Bone density

Inulin in mineral bioavailability

  • Several animal (rodents) and human studies have demonstrated significant improvement of mineral balance, particularly (Ca++, Mg++) and bone density with inulin.


  • Reduction in toxic and carcinogenic bacterial metabolites
  • Reduce eczema
  • Control allergies & asthma
  • Regulate autoimmune conditions
  • Activate the ACP stimulation (improve macrophage activity)

Excellent Nutritional Properties:

  • Inulation has by nature an average degree of polymerization of 8 to 13 (chain length) and a molecular weight of about 1600.
  • Low Calorie: Not digested by human digestive system and contributes only about 1.6 kcal/g.
  • Soluble dietary fiber: Anti-constipation, colonic pH reduction, cholesterol and triglyceride reduction.
  • Diabetic friendly: Glycemic index of zero, no influence on blood glucose, no stimulation of insulin excretion.
  • Stimulates bifidus: Preferred food for bifidobacteria. Inhibition of other harmful bacteria, reduction in toxins and carcinogens, activation of immune system, synthesis of vitamins, improved mineral absorption.
  • Non-Digestible: Inulation - Inulin (Prebiotic) is neutral in odor and taste and only has 1.6kcal/g. It is a soluble dietary fiber, resisting digestion by mammalian alimentary secretions, alpha-amylase, and disaccharides such as maltase, isomaltase, sucrase and lactase.


Information in this website is provided for informational purposes and is not meant to substitute for the advice provided by your own physician or other medical professional. You should not use the information contained herein for diagnosing or treating a health problem or disease, or prescribing any medication. You should read all product packaging carefully. If you have or suspect that you have a medical problem, promptly contact your health care provider. The statements in this website have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration. The statements on this website are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Pregnant and lactating women should always consult their health care professional before using any dietary supplement. The information contained in this literature was derived from medical, nutritional, and media publication.


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