It may be easy to think of fiber as a uniform category of ingredients, but is soluble fiber getting the attention it deserves?
Recent research findings shared by Sabinsa suggest its LactoSpore probiotic strain is safe for human consumption and remains consistent over multiple years of commercial production.
Fiber suppliers at this year’s Institute of Food Technologists Annual Meeting & Food Expo told Nutritional Outlook that while they are confident FDA will eventually consider their ingredients to be dietary fibers, the path to FDA approval is unclear.
A new animal study suggests EpiCor yeast fermentate significantly reduces the likelihood of damage to the gut lining caused by heat stress.
Fruit d’Or’s new gummy includes 250 mg of Cran Naturelle cranberry prebiotic powder and one billion CFUs of Sabinsa’s LactoSpore probiotic.
Consumers may still be relatively unaware of prebiotics, but suppliers believe this potent powerhouse will one day get the attention it deserves.
The digestive-health market is thriving. Experts explain why probiotics and low-FODMAP diets are growing their slice of the pie.
The company says the addition of probiotics allows the products to support digestive and immune health and to enhance protein absorption.
Cranberry powder acts as a powerful prebiotic source to feed LactoSpore’s beneficial bacteria.
The companies expect the probiotic will largely be sold through pharmacies.