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In the United States, products that feature added fiber include yogurt, orange juice, white bread and artificial sweetener The no-calorie Coca-Cola Plus boasts five grams of indigestible dextrin, a source of dietary fiber, per 470-ml bottle.
They’re sprinkled with salt and dextrin (a starch) as well, which gives a sweeter, saltier crunch.
Benefiber (wheat dextrin) – Provides 3 grams soluble fiber.
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First Known Use: 1838See Words from the same year
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