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Other high-fiber foods that pack lots of inulin include asparagus and most leafy greens.
Also known as sunchokes, these root vegetables are high in inulin, a prebiotic that promotes good bacteria in your body.
Even healthy-sounding cereals can contain natural sweeteners such as chicory root or inulin, ingredients that can trigger gas and residual bloating.
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First Known Use: 1813See Words from the same year
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