Tate & Lyle Study Reveals the Health Benefits of Soluble Corn Fiber

Jan. 29, 2009

A new study commissioned by Tate & Lyle, the manufacturer of PROMITOR Soluble Corn Fiber and PROMITOR Resistant Starch, www.promitorfiber.com, finds that people may consume less calories while continuing to eat their favorite foods.

This study, led by researchers at the University of Toronto’s Department of Nutritional Sciences, report that products manufactured with either PROMITOR Soluble Corn Fiber or PROMITOR Resistant Starch have been found to produce lower glycemic and insulin responses. The lower responses may help to prevent the roller coaster of sugar spikes and crashes, which could lead to improved weight management and better blood glucose control, especially for those battling diabetes.

The study’s results were published in the Journal of the American College of Nutrition in December 2008.

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