Definition of arabinogalactan
- Supplemental larch comes from the inner bark of the western larch tree and contains arabinogalactans (which are dense sugars) and soluble fiber.
- —Nicole Bourassa, Natural Health, March 2002
- Their review of the literature in the past 25 years found that larch bark arabinogalactan isn't digested, and its main effect is flatulence.
- —Jocelyn Kaiser, Science, 2 Nov. 2007