Inulin occurs in our diet to include in banana, chicory, artichoke, parsnip, dandelion, sweet potato, onion, leek and garlic.
New Care Inulin is derived from the extract of chicory and produces at least 90% inulin.
New Care Inulin meets the standards of the NZVT system and is tested for the absence of doping related substances. Therefore, it is the logo of the NZVT depicted on the front of the pack.
This means that New Care Inulin can reliably be used. Athletes by
Inulin not use:
Hypersensitivity to any of the ingredients.
Pregnancy and lactation:
This product is suitable for use during pregnancy and lactation.
For adults: 2 to 3 times daily 5 gram (= 1 level measuring spoon)
For children from the age of two years: 2 to 3 times daily 2.5 grams (= ½ scoop)
Los inulin powder in a little (hot) water or do it for example by the yogurt. The taste of inulin is similar to that of sugar. Inulin is soluble.
At the start of the use of inulin can, in some cases, flatulence, or gassing occur. If this is the case, it is advisable to divide the dose. More on the day Another possibility is to temporarily decrease the dose and then slowly build until the dose is reached, as stated in the use advice.