Syrups

Sukrin Fiber Syrup Clear

Q: How is Sukrin Fiber Syrup made? Fiber Syrup is manufactured in a natural process, using non-GMO corn starch as raw material. Enzymes are added, breaking the starch into shorter chain lengths and converting the linkages into a type that the human body cannot easily digest. While human intestinal enzymes readily digest α(1,4)-glycosidic bonds found in regular starch, the α(1,6)-linkages in Fiber Syrup are not easily hydrolyzed and are digestion-resistant. This means that Fiber Syrup functions as a dietary fibre, feeding the good bacteria in your gut.   Q: What are isomaltooligosaccharides? Isomaltooligosaccharides are naturally occurring prebiotic plant fibers found naturally in...

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Sukrin Fiber Syrup Gold

Q: How is Sukrin Fiber Syrup made? Fiber Syrup is manufactured in a natural process, using non-GMO corn starch as raw material. Enzymes are added, breaking the starch into shorter chain lengths and converting the linkages into a type that the human body cannot easily digest. While human intestinal enzymes readily digest α(1,4)-glycosidic bonds found in regular starch, the α(1,6)-linkages in Fiber Syrup are not easily hydrolyzed and are digestion-resistant. This means that Fiber Syrup functions as a dietary fibre, feeding the good bacteria in your gut.   Q: What is isomaltooligosaccharides? Isomaltooligosaccharides are naturally occurring prebiotic plant fibers found naturally in...

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