Konnyaku Extract Powder
Konjac glucomannan 80%,90%,95%
- Latin names: Amorphophallus konjac
- Appearance: Light yellow to white powder
- Another name: Konnyaku jelly, Devil’s tongue /Elephant-foot yam
- CAS No.：37220-17-0
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Konjac, also known as glucomannan, is also referred to as konnyaku in Japan. It’s known for its starchy corm, a tuber-like part of the stem that grows underground. The Konjac tuber contains a rich in glucomannan, which is a soluble dietary fiber used as a gelatin substitute and to thicken or add texture to foods. In the Western world, konjac is best known as a dietary supplement for weight loss and cholesterol management. The high fiber content of konjac has many health benefits. Soluble fiber helps lower cholesterol and blood glucose levels. A diet high in fiber may also help regulate bowel movements, prevent hemorrhoids, and help prevent diverticular disease.
Benefits of konjac glucomannan
- The soluble fiber in konjac helps lower cholesterol and blood glucose levels. A diet high in fiber may also help regulate bowel movements, prevent hemorrhoids, and help prevent diverticular disease.
- Help prevent constipation. The study showed that adding glucomannan to a low-fiber diet increased the amounts of probiotic bacteria in feces. It also increased bowel movement function by 30 percent.
- Keep you losing weight and Konjac also expands in the stomach to help keep you full.
- Konjac also reduced body weight and fasting blood sugar. Researchers concluded that glucomannan could be an adjuvant therapy for people with diabetes and high cholesterol. A later study found that konjac lowered LDL and recommended its use to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease.