Inulin fibre is one of GoodBrew’s superpower ingredients. You may be wondering what is inulin fibre and why would I want it in my cold brew? Well, let's break it down.

Inulin fibre is a type of natural, soluble fibre found in certain plants, such as chicory root, artichokes, and garlic. It's known for its prebiotic properties, meaning it serves as food for the beneficial bacteria living in your gut. These bacteria, also known as probiotics, play a crucial role in maintaining a healthy digestive system and overall well-being.

Incorporating inulin fibre into your daily caffeine fix can offer a host of benefits for your gut health.

First and foremost, inulin fibre acts as a prebiotic, fueling the growth of beneficial bacteria in your gut. By nourishing these probiotics, inulin helps to maintain a balanced microbiome, which is essential for optimal digestion and immune function.

And, yes, we’re going to go there - inulin fibre also has the potential to improve bowel regularity and relieve constipation. Since it's a soluble fibre, inulin absorbs water in the digestive tract, forming a gel-like substance that softens stools and promotes smoother bowel movements. Say goodbye to sluggish digestion and hello to a happier tummy!

Additionally, inulin fibre may help to regulate blood sugar levels by slowing down the absorption of glucose in the bloodstream. This can be particularly beneficial for those looking to manage their weight and energy levels more effectively.
So now you have the scoop on inulin, and why we include it in our lattes and mochas.

Until next time, keep sipping and smiling!

The GoodBrew Crew 💙