Prebiotics Definition and Uses Definition

A prebiotic is generally accepted as a nondigestible food ingredient that selectively stimulates the growth and/or activity of native bacteria in the colon to beneficially affect the host. This generally, but not always, implies:

• ability to by-pass the upper GI tract (not digested);

• ability to be selectively fermented by 'beneficial,' nonpathogenic colonic bacteria;

• ability to modify the established microflora; and

• ability to confer an advantageous physiologic activity to the host.

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