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Inulin Fibre Powder (150g)

Metabolics Inulin is a natural complex carbohydrate which should be consumed alongside probiotics to create optimal growth of good bacteria's. Full product description

Why Take Metabolics Inulin Fibre?

Inulin is a natural complex carbohydrate, an oligosaccharide, belonging to the fructans group and found in 36,000 species of plants. It is a soluble dietary fibre, but non-digestible passing through the small intestine for fermentation by the bacteria in the large intestine. Inulin is naturally occurring in wheat, onions and garlic, bananas, asparagus and chicory Inulin is considered a FODMAP and some people who are sensitive to these foods should introduce slowly as a food or prebiotic for the colonic bacteria As the carbohydrate remains undigested, it does not elevate blood sugar. This inulin is derived from chicory and is commonly given at the same time as supplementing with probiotics, to provide nourishing food for optimal growth of the good bacteria.

This product is suitable for vegetarians and vegans.


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Inulin Fibre Powder Food Supplement 150g



Vegetarian Society Approved

No gluten-containing ingredients

Directions: Take 1 scoop in water or sprinkle over food*. Do not exceed this recommended dose. Consume within 3 months of opening.

Warning: If pregnant or breast feeding, consult your health care practitioner before using. This product should not be used as a substitute for a varied diet.

Storage: Store in a cool, dry place out of reach of children.                                                                       


*The stated recommended dose can be changed as directed by your healthcare practitioner.


Product information

50 servings of 1 scoop           %RI*


Inulin from Chicory Root      … 3 g…  † 

Nutritional information per serving:

Energy kcal   ………..……..   6………..  0.3%

Carbohydrates ……………     3.0 g…. …..1%

Fibre     ……………………..    2.6 g……… † 


*Reference intake of an average adult (8400 kj/2000 kcal)

† Reference Intake (RI*) not established