Additives help bring fiber to wider variety of foods:

03/15/2009 | Slate

Fiber additives, such as polydextrose, inulin and altodextrin, act as bulking agents to make reduced-calorie products taste better and also are appealing because they can add dietary fiber to products that do not normally contain fiber. The jury is still out, however, on whether these fiber additives actually deliver the same benefit as the fiber found in whole grains, fruits and vegetables.

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