Oligosaccharides (Oligosaccharides) refers to the saccharides that are formed from 2 ~ 10 monosaccharide molecules that are linked together by glycosides. The molecular weight is 300 ~ 2000, and the boundary is between monosaccharide (glucose, fructose, galactose) and polysaccharide (fiber, starch), and there are two sugars, three sugars and four sugars. The oligosaccharide, which is used as a "specific health care food", refers to a type of oligosaccharide that has special biological functions that are particularly beneficial to gastrointestinal health, hence the term "functional oligosaccharides". Soybean oligosaccharide is the general term for soluble sugar in soybean. The main ingredients are sucrose (double sugar), cotton candy (triose), and water sugar (4 sugar).
Functions and Applications
1.Promote peristalsis and accelerate excretion
2.Reduce serum cholesterol
3.Cure hepatitis and cirrhosis of the liver
4.Promote nutrients generation and absorption
5.Lower blood pressure