It is common sense that fibres are important for the beneficial bacteria that live in the gut. More and more evidence is emerging that fibre is also important for a healthy brain.
In a new study published in the beginning of the year in the journal Nutritional Neuroscience, researchers in Japan announced that there is a link between fibre intake and dementia, and that this link was more pronounced for soluble fibres than insoluble fibres. For more information on this please read this research article.
IPRONA’s premium product ElderCraft® European Black Elderberry Extract can make a small contribution to increasing the daily requirement of soluble fibres. Guar gum or gum acacia, replacing Maltodextrin as a carrier, offers new options for the label. It can be highlighted as “Maltodextrin-free” or “No Maize” as well as “Sugar-free” and “High in fibre“.
If you want to learn more about ElderCraft®, its outstanding product profile and the value this unique ingredient adds to your product, don’t hesitate to contact us.