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The Recommended Dosage Of Inulin And Different Application Areas
Risun Bio-Tech Inc | Updated: Feb 27, 2017

The Recommended Dosage of Inulin and Different Application Areas 


Dietary nutrient reference intake

1. The average requirement is the average of the individual needs in the group;

2. The recommended intake refers to the need to meet the overwhelming majority (97% to 98%) of a 

particular gender, age and physiologic population;

3. The appropriate intake is the amount of nutrients taken by observing or experimenting with a healthy 

population;

4. Can withstand the highest intake (UL) UL is the average daily intake of the highest amount of nutrients;

5. Macro nutrient acceptable range is the fat, protein and carbohydrate ideal intake range;

6. Proposed intake of non-communicable chronic diseases is the daily intake of essential nutrients, which is 

targeted for primary prevention of noncommunicable chronic diseases;

7. Specific recommendations refer to other food ingredients other than nutrients.


    Inulin is a good dietary fiber source Inulin is a dietary fiber, studies have confirmed that dietary fiber with 

intestinal health effects, blood glucose regulation, weight management, prevention of lipid metabolism 

disorders and other effects.

 

    Recommended amount of dietary fiber in each country

Domestic: March 25, 2009, China's Ministry of Health approved inulin as a new source of food.


International: In January 2015, the EU issued regulations to approve chicory inulin to help maintain normal 

bowel function. Daily intake of 12 grams can increase the frequency of the stool to promote normal 

gastrointestinal function.


In December 2016, the European Commission approved the following statement: intake of foods and 

beverages containing inulin compared to sugary foods and beverages can slow the rise in blood sugar.

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