Difference Between Insoluble and Soluble Fiber


Soluble fiber absorbs water, slows down digestion of carbohydrates. It even binds to the cholesterol and fat in the food and carries it out of the body.

Insoluble fiber does not absorb water, but it adds bulk to the food substrate and makes it easier for food to pass through the digestive tract.

Both soluble and insoluble fiber have an important role in the wellness of the digestive system and overall wellbeing.

Our modern diets and processed foods are typically low in soluble and insoluble fibers. This is where an ingredient like FenuLean® can help. 

FenuLean® is a clinically-proven plant protein and fiber with a high concentration of soluble and insoluble fibers, making it an ideal ingredient to improve the fiber profile of your food products.

Reach us sales@bio-gen.in to learn how FenuLean® can help you create foods high in fiber and help improve the digestive and overall health of your consumers.

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