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Dextrin
Definition

What does Dextrin do for the body

Dextrin is a low molecular weight Carbohydrate produced from Starches. It is derived from Dextrose ( Glucose ) by the process of Hydrolysis. Dextrin detoxifies the body and helps to lose weight. It keeps the Heart healthy and balances the blood sugar level.

Requirement of Dextrin per day

10 gm to 15 gm

Benefits of Dextrin

Dextrin helps in proper digestion of food and treats Constipation. It eliminates harmful toxins from the body and promotes healthy bacteria in the Guts. Dextrin reduces Low Density Lipoprotein and regulates the blood circulation. The Antioxidant property of Dextrin decreases the risk of Colon Cancer.

Functions of Dextrin

Dextrin improves the absorption of Calcium and Magnesium in the body. It helps Lactobacilli bacteria that supports digestion. Dextrin reduces Triglyceride level in the blood. This prevents Heart Diseases and Strokes. Dextrin bulks up the stool and increases the frequency of bowel movement to prevent Constipation.

Effects of Dextrin deficiency in the body

Constipation
Dehydration
Digestive Disorders

Effects of excess Dextrin in the body

Bloating
Diarrhea
Cramps
Dizziness
 
Repertory

Herbs Containing Dextrin

Most Effective

Highly Effective

 
 
 
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