- Description: Polydextrose 90% is widely recognized as soluble dietary fiber. The key characteristics of dietary fiber are effects on nutrient absorption, changes in intestinal microbiota composition and/or activity, modulation of immune function, improving postprandial serum glucose and lipid responses, improving bowel function, and influencing energy intake.
- Description: Resistant dextrin is processed from starch. It is a low-calorie glucan obtained by extracting and refining the indigestible components of baked dextrin with industrial technology. It belongs to low-molecular-weight water-soluble dietary fiber. As a low-calorie soluble food material, it has broad development prospects in the food industry.