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NUTRIOSE® is a soluble fiber obtained from non-GMO raw materials (wheat, corn or pea) offering a reliable high fiber level. With a neutral taste, easy-to-use (water-soluble), low sugar to sugar-free, this plant-based fiber is one of the best-tolerated fibers on the market. NUTRIOSE® has also a friendly labeling, is gluten-free, kosher and halal certified.

Discover the multiple clinically proven benefits of this outstanding soluble fiber. 


A prebiotic fiber increases the formation and subsequent absorption of compound k following oral administration of ginseng in rats.
KIM KA, YOO HH, GU W, YU DH, JIN MJ, CHOI HL, YUAN K, GUERIN-DEREMAUX L, KIMDH.
Journal of Ginseng Research, 2015; 39(2): 183-187
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Effect of a soluble prebiotic fiber, NUTRIOSE®, on the absorption of ginsenoside Rd in rats orally administered ginseng.
KIM KA, YOO HH, GU W, YU DH, JIN MJ, CHOI HL, YUAN K, GUERIN-DEREMAUX L, KIM DH.
Journal of Ginseng Research, 2014, 38(3): 203-207
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In vitro fermentation of NUTRIOSE® FB06, a wheat dextrin soluble fibre, in a continuous culture human colonic model system.
HOBDEN MR, MARTIN-MORALES A, GUERIN-DEREMAUX L, WILS D, COSTABILE A, WALTON GE, ROWLAND I, KENNEDY OB, GIBSON GR.
PLoS ONE, 2013; 8(10): e77128
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Impact of a resistant dextrin on intestinal ecology: How altering the digestive ecosystem with NUTRIOSE®, a soluble fiber with prebiotic properties, may be beneficial for health. 
LEFRANC-MILLOT C, GUERIN-DEREMAUX L, WILS D, NEUT C, MILLER LE, SANIEZ DEGRAVE MH
The Journal of International Medical Research, 2012; 40(1): 211-224
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Comparison of the physiological and health effects of different types of non-viscous soluble fibers. 
LEFRANC-MILLOT C, CHANSON-ROLLE A, MACIOCE V, BRAESCO V
CAB Reviews: Perspectives in Agriculture, Veterinary Science, Nutrition and Natural Resources, 2011; 6(52)
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Effects of a soluble dietary fibre, NUTRIOSE®, on colonic fermentation and excretion rate in rats.
GUERIN-DEREMAUX L, RINGARD F, DESAILLY F, WILS D
Nutrition Research and Practice, 2010; 4(6): 470-476
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NUTRIOSE®, a prebiotic low-digestible carbohydrate, stimulates gut mucosal immunity and prevents TNBS-induced colitis in piglets. 
POUILLART PR, DEPEINT F, ABDELNOUR A, DEREMAUX L, VINCENT O, MAZIERE JC, MADEC JY, CHATELAIN D, YOUNES H, WILS D, SANIEZ MH, DUPAS JL. 
Inflammatory Bowel Diseases, 2010; 16(5): 783-794.
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Food dextrin protects against colonic inflammation and prevents cognitive impairments.
ROZAN P, DEREMAUX L, WILS D, HIDALGO S, BISSON JF, MESSAOUDI M, SANIEZ MH
Current Topics in Nutraceutical Research, 2009; 7(3/4): 141-148.
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A review of the role of soluble fiber in health with specific reference to wheat dextrin.
SLAVIN JL, SAVARINO V, PAREDEZ-DIAZ A, FOTOPOULOS G
The Journal of International Medical Research, 2009, 37: 1-17.
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NUTRIOSE® 06: a useful soluble dietary fibre for added nutritional value.
LEFRANC-MILLOT C Nutrition Bulletin, 2008, 33: 234-239
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Effects of a glucooligosaccharide supplement on the morphological characteristics of the gastro-intestinal tract and growth performance in weaned piglets.
ROSSI F, MORLACCHINI M, GATTI P, SOLDI S, CALLEGARI ML, PIVA G
Italian Journal of Animal Science, 2008; 7: 185-198.
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Long-term gastro-intestinal tolerance of NUTRIOSE® FB in healthy men.
PASMAN W, WILS D, SANIEZ MH, KARDINAAL A. 
European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 2006; 60(8), 1024-34.
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Dietary supplementation of different doses of NUTRIOSE®FB, a fermentable dextrin, alters the activity of faecal enzymes in healthy men.
VAN DEN HEUVEL EGHM, WILS D, PASMAN WJ, SANIEZ MH, KARDINAAL AF 
European Journal of Nutrition, 2005; 44: 445-451
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Short-term digestive tolerance of different doses of NUTRIOSE® FB, a food dextrin, in adult men.
VAN DEN HEUVEL EGHM, WILS D, PASMAN WJ, BAKKER M, SANIEZ MH, KARDINAAL AFM 
European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 2004; 58: 1046-1055.
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