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Prevent Weight Gain With Inulin Propionate Ingredient

Researchers at Imperial College and the University of Glasgow discovered that this newly-developed ingredient is effective at preventing weight gain and fat loss in obese individuals. This ingredient contains propionate, which stimulates the gut to release hormones that act on the brain to stop hunger (Wong 2014). Now, individuals who are struggling to lose weight can take advantage of this new ingredient by feeling fuller longer and reducing calories.

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Prevent weight gain with inulin-propionate ingredient, a dietary fiber. ClipArt photo

Propionate is naturally produced when dietary fiber is fermented by microbes in the belly, but the new ingredient, called inulin-propionate Este (IPE), provides much bigger quantities of propionate than individuals can consume with a normal diet (Wong 2014). With these larger amounts of produced propionate, people can reduce hunger because this ingredient acts as an appetite suppressant to make you feel fuller.

To begin with, twenty individuals were given either inulin or IPE, a dietary fiber, and were allowed to eat as much as they wanted from a buffet. How does that sound, being able to eat all you can eat? The volunteers who were given IPE ate 14% less on average, and had higher concentrations of appetite-reducing hormones in their blood (Wong 2014). This means that if you were to take a dose of IPE and eat at a buffet, your appetite or the amount of food you eat can be reduced by 14 percent. This is a great ingredient that can help you feel fuller longer and lose weight by staying away from the buffet line.

Next, sixty overweight individuals participated in a 24-week study in which half were issued IPE as a powder to add to their food and the other half given inulin. One out of 25 participants issued IPE who finished the study gained more than 3 percent of their body weight, compared to 6 out of 24 given inulin (Wong 2014). Surprisingly, none of the IPE group members gained more than 5% of their body weight, compared with 4 in the inulin group. Also, the IPE group had less fat in their abdomens and livers compared with the inulin group after 24 weeks.

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Feel fuller with inulin-propionate that acts an appetite suppressant to help you burn calories. ClipArt photo

Professor Gary Frost, who led the study at the Department of Medicine at Imperial College London, said “Molecules like propionate stimulate the release of gut hormones that control appetite, but you must eat huge quantities of fiber to accomplish a strong effect.” Frost says that this small, proof-of-principle study demonstrates encouraging signs that supplementing one’s diet with the ingredient they’ve developed prevents weight gain in overweight individuals (Wong 2014). “You need to eat it regularly to have an effect. We’re exploring what kinds of foods it could be added to, but something like bread or fruit smoothies might work well” says Frost.

To say the least, this newly-developed ingredient (IPE), can be a real breakthrough for weight loss if combined with daily physical activity. This is new inulin-propionate may be all you need when it comes to an appetite suppressant and an effective tool to burn calories fast for weight loss. If you are new to losing weight you should consult your doctor or physician before making any unusual physical or diet changes. My goal is to help all men and women lose weight and improve their health so hopefully this new inulin-propionate (IPE) ingredient developed by scientists is really effective in reducing your hunger and preventing weight gain.

Leeman Taylor
Senior Criminal Justice Major at Florida A&M University
Real Estate Investor and Internet Marketer

Source: Wong, S. “Scientists create food ingredient that will make you feel fuller” 10 December 2014 Imperial College London