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Explain about the Prebiotics?

Ingredients/compounds that have a beneficial effect on microflora in the large intestine of the host e.g. fibre, fructo oligosaccharides, lactulose, sugar alcohols. Generally, they are carbohydrates that may be fermented in the large bowel and stimulate growth of potentially beneficial bifidobacteria.

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