Corn Fiber (Soluble)

Derived from corn (Zea mays) starch using enzymatic hydrolysis, this particular type of soluble fiber has been found to have a low glycemic index (does not rapidly raise blood sugar) and promotes digestive health by stimulating the growth of good bacteria (prebiotic effects). Unlike other prebiotic fibers, soluble corn fiber has been found to be very well tolerated with minimal gastrointestinal side effects.