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Fiber is essential to maintaining a healthy digestive system. Unlike the other food nutrients -- fats, proteins, or carbohydrates - dietary fiber is not absorbed by our bodies. Instead, it helps other nutrients be absorbed and moderates the contents of our stomach and gastrointestinal tract.



Fiber Comparison Chart

Fiber Comparison Chart


Fructooligosaccharides (FOS) are fibrous polymers of fructose anchored by a single glucose.

Guar Fiber

Guar fiber (Partially Hydrolyzed) is an FDA approved dietary fiber with prebiotic, digestive, and satiety benefits.



Inulin (Organic)

derived from organic Jerusalem artichokes grown in the USA

Pea Fiber

Pea Fiber is a natural food-grade vegetable fiber sourced from Canadian Yellow Peas, offers both nutrition and functionality.


Partially replace sugar and fat in formulations with polydextrose while maintaining creaminess and the "feel" of the product when consumed.

Rice Bran Fiber

Rice Bran fiber is a insoluble dietary fiber derived from rice milling process, stabilized to improve shelf life.

Soluble Corn Fiber

Soluble Corn Fiber is derived from Non-GMO corn starch, classified as a Resistant Starch Type IV.

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