Partially Hydrolyzed Guar Gum (PHGG)

Still hungry? Studies find that PHGG soluble fiber may help you eat less at mealtimes.

Still hungry? Studies find that PHGG soluble fiber may help you eat less at mealtimes.

The researchers measured the study participants’ satiety using numerous parameters. The studies demonstrated that PHGG helped people feel fuller immediately after a meal. In addition, results from study two suggested that prolonged PHGG consumption may significantly reduce calorie intake from snacking throughout the day.

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