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Satiety and weight

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. 


Potential anti-obesogenic properties of non-digestible carbohydrates: specific focus on resistant dextrin.
HOBDEN MR, GUERIN-DEREMAUX L, ROWLAND I, GIBSON GR, KENNEDY OB
Proceedings of the Nutrition Society, 2015; 74(3): 258-67
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Dose-response impact of a soluble fiber, NUTRIOSE®, on energy intake, body weight and body fat in humans.
GUERIN-DEREMAUX L, POCHAT M, REIFER C, WILS D, CHO S, MILLER LE.
Global Epidemic Obesity, 2013; 1:2
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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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The soluble fiber NUTRIOSE® induces a dose-dependent beneficial impact on satiety over time in humans.
GUERIN-DEREMAUX L, POCHAT M, REIFER C, WILS D, CHO S, and MILLER LE
Nutrition Research, 2011; 31: 665-672
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Effects of NUTRIOSE® dietary fiber supplementation on body weight, body composition, energy intake, and hunger in overweight men.
GUERIN-DEREMAUX L, LI S, POCHAT M, WILS D, MUBASHER M, REIFER C, MILLER LE
International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition, 2011; 62(6): 628-635
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NUTRIOSE® dietary fiber supplementation improves insulin resistance and determinants of metabolic syndrome in overweight men: a double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled study.
LI S, GUERIN-DEREMAUX L, POCHAT M, WILS D, REIFER C, MILLER LE
Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism, 2010; 35: 773–782
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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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LEFRANC-MILLOT C
NUTRIOSE® 06: a useful soluble dietary fibre for added nutritional value.
Nutrition Bulletin, 2008, 33: 234-239
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