Siberian scientists invented approach to coping with hidden hunger
The hidden hunger is the lack of vitamins, mineral substances, and microelements. The researchers have suggested compensating for the shortage of useful contents by introducing them to polysaccharide matrices. As an outcome, one can simply add the powder to the usual food.
In contrast to the sugar, polysaccharides do not immediately solve in water and start functioning only inside the body. Also, polysaccharides bound and remove from the body harmful substances and act as natural sorbents.