How much do you know about dietary fiber?
Modern medicine and nutrition believe that dietary fiber can be juxtaposed with traditional six major nutrients such as sugar, protein, and fat, and is called the "seventh largest nutrient." In 2000, the American Association of Cereal Chemists (AACC) defined dietary fiber asedible parts of plants or similar carbohydrates that cannot be digested and absorbed by the small intestine, but can be fully or partially fermented in the large intestine. Therefore, dietary fiber is an ideal raw material for functional foods. According to the report of the United Nations Organization for Health, the recommended amount of total cellulose for adults' daily diet is 30-35 grams, while the average dietary fiber content in developed areas or countries is only 15-20 grams, unreasonable changes in dietary nutrition structure pose a huge threat to the health of the masses,it has become a industrial consensus to supplement cellulose.
Japanese consumers believe that beverages are not just used to quench their thirst, but to treat it as a good source of nutrition like vitamins. In 1988, Japan’s masses Pharmaceuticals introduced a beverage called “Fiber-Mini” to the market. Polydextrose (soluble dietary fiber) was used in the formula.it was generally welcomed on the market because this product highlighted healthy and successful sales strategies.In Japan, the United States, and other markets, consumer demand is growing at a rate of 10% each year, and dietary fiber beverage is gradually popular in some emerging markets.