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Comments by KlasZ
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    There’s a paragraph in the article that I’m trying to understand

    “He added that eating enough fibre to naturally produce similar amounts of propionate would be difficult: "The amount of inulin-propionate ester used in this study was 10g – which previous studies show increases propionate production by 2.5 times. To get the same increase from fibre alone, we would need to eat around 60g a day. At the moment, the UK average is 15g.”"

    Since inulin-propionate ester is not available to the public; does this paragraph mean that 60g/day of regular Inulin Fibre Powder would have the same effect, and are there any apparent dangers with eating that much fibre?