This unique, versatile sweet-tasting ingredient is actually healthful soluble fiber.  It’s 50-70% as sweet as sugar, so it acts as a sweetener.  But PreBiotica brings an extra dimension, acting to reduce net carbs while adding fullness, texture and fat-mimetic qualities to recipes.

Nutrition Per Serving
  • 10 Calories
  • 3 Grams Carbohydrates
  • 3 Grams Fiber
  • Per 1 teaspoon serving (3 grams)
  • NonGMO inulin (from chicory root, Jerusalem artichoke or agave plant)
  • Powder
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PreBiotica Facts

A soluble plant fiber, inulin belongs to a class of dietary fibers known as fructans. As a fiber, inulin is an important tool in reducing net carbs in your recipes.

50-70% as sweet as sugar, you can use it alone as a mild sweetener, or combine it with high intensity sweeteners such as stevia or monk fruit. PreBiotica inulin will act as a bulking agent, and can improve texture and moisture in recipes.
Inulin is also commonly referred to as FOS (fructooligosaccharides).

How do I use it?

About 50-70% as sweet as sugar, PreBiotica is subtly sweet.  Much more than a sweetener, it is often used in recipes to replace sugar, fat and even flour.  It provides improved taste, texture and moisture in many foods, and with gelling characteristics it can be used to make low fat cheeses, sauces, soups and table spreads.  And, melting properties means allows for easy creation of frozen desserts.

PreBiotica is a fantastic compliment when using high intensity sweeteners such as stevia or monk fruit – adding bulk/volume and texture!

Disssolves in tepid to hot water.

What is it made of?

Naturally occurring in nature in foods such as bananas, garlic, and artichokes, inulin is a natural plant fiber. It is a versatile ally as a sweetener, adding a fullness of texture to more closely match the feel of sugar. Inulin adds important properties when combined with crystalline fructose that contributes to the browning cooks look for in baked goods.

How is it made?

A natural water extraction process is used to release chains of non-digestible fructose and glucose from plant carbohydrates (chicory root, Jerusalem artichoke or agave).  These chains are also known as fructooligosaccharides (FOS), or inulin, and act as a soluble plant fiber with the added benefit of a sweet and neutral flavor.

Health and Dietary Information

Already naturally low glycemic and low carb, PreBiotica inulin is a great tool for reducing net carbs in your recipes.

Where can I buy it?

PreBiotica is available in 1 lb, 5 lb, and 20 kg (55 lb) bags.

You can also find it on and at many co-op and grocery stores.

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