Fiber

Soluble and insoluble dietary fiber and high-fiber ingredients, such as cellulose, inulin, psyllium, certain gums, resistant starch, bran and whole grains, beta-glucans and polydextrose, in foods and beverages; their nutritional benefits for digestive health and general well-being; prebiotic qualities;.technical specifications, such as percent fiber, and ingredient characteristics, such as solubility and water-binding, to determine ideal applications.

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