Prebiotic Ingredient Market Size, Share and Key Trends 2015-2025 by Fmi

Prebiotic ingredients are non-digestible ingredient which are neither digested nor absorbed by the body and helps to stimulate the growth and maintain the activity of beneficial gut micro flora by acting as substrate for them. Prebiotics are fibers which founds in plant sources such as asparagus, okra, onion, roots and others. In proper functioning state, human body can extract, transport and retain essential nutrients, vitamins from consumed food. Useful bacteria and other micro-organism, hormones helps human body to digest food to maintain proper health status and enhances immune strength. Bacteria derives energy from non-digestible fibers which supports them to thrive and multiply in number inside the human body. The beneficial bacteria that flourish in a prebiotic-rich gut help to fight against unhealthy bacteria and reducing various digestive problems and ensures to maintain immunity against illnesses.

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Prebiotic ingredient Market: Segmentation
Prebiotic ingredient market is segmented on the basis of sources as vegetable, cereals and root. Vegetables such as asparagus, beans, onion and others are used as good source of prebiotics. Chicory root is richest source of inulin. Cereal includes barley, oat and others.

Prebiotic ingredient market is further segmented on the basis of ingredients type such as fructo-oligosaccharides (FOS), inulin, mannan oligosaccharides (MOS), and others galacto oligosaccharides (GOS). Out of all inulin is the most widely used ingredient in food industry. Fructo-Oligosaccharide help to promote growth of healthy bacteria flora which avoids food digestion problems. Galacto-oligosaccharides shows various health benefits such as bifido bacteria growth, increase calcium absorption. FOS is expected to be second, followed by inulin and is expected to be the fastest growing segment in prebiotic ingredient market over the forecast period....