Is IMO Syrup (Fiber) Keto Friendly: Isomaltooligosaccharides?

Is IMO Syrup (Fiber) Keto Friendly: Isomaltooligosaccharides?

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so in this video I want to answer the question is I am Oh syrup keto friendly that stands for ISO multo illegal saccharides another name for that would be vitae fiber so in past cooking videos Karen and I made certain types of keto bombs or keto cookies using Vita fiber and I was operating off of some incomplete information thinking that it wouldn’t spike your blood Sugar’s okay now here’s the concept when you consume fiber which is a prebiotic you consume it it bypasses the normal digestion in the small intestine so in other words your pancreas doesn’t release any enzymes that will break it down the enzymes and the small intestine don’t break it down so you really don’t have anything there to break it down so it passes through the small intestine and then it gets into the large intestine where your microbes now break it down and they make some beneficial compounds for you in exchange for feeding them fiber which they use as their fuel so in that way fiber doesn’t increase your blood sugars or insulin okay well there’s one study that shows in vitro which means test tubes testing things outside the body when they used IML fiber it resists the pancreatic enzymes in its digestion however when you consume isomalt oh oligosaccharides it breaks up in the stomach okay so as soon as it hits the small intestine you’re getting another compound called isomalt oohs this compound is almost completely digested by the enzymes and the intestinal border not by the pancreas but by the enzymes in your small intestine by 83 percent it has been shown within 30 minutes to spiked your blood glucose by 50 points and increase your insulin by 5x also there was no hydrogen gas noted upon testing no what does that mean when you consume fiber there is a gas released a hydrogen gas which indicates that it is a fiber being for meant it okay when there’s no hydrogen gas that means there’s no fermentation going on so to make a long story short I don’t recommend buy the fiber anymore and I will be deleting that video simply because it will spike your blood sugars because it does break down into this which is affected by the enzymes however there are other fibers and you can use I put those in the description thanks for watching so if you want more knowledge on how to create a healthy body subscribe now and get daily notifications daily notifications that sounds weird well I’ll just remind you on a daily basis how about that

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Is VitaFiber really keto-friendly?

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ACCEPTABLE FIBER: I recommend getting your fiber from vegetables mostly, but there are other sources.
Inulin (from chicory root)
Vegetable fiber
Guar gum
Psyllium husk
Fiber from seeds and nuts (as in almond flour)
Beta-glucans
**Do not get your fiber from bran (from whole grains) as it will block the absorption of minerals like zinc.
***Benefiber is Wheat dextrin. Personally, I do not consume anything that comes from wheat.

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Timestamps 
0:05 What is IMO 
0:14 Past cooking videos
0:31 The concept of fiber
1:15 In vitro IMO fiber
1:27 What happens when you consume IMO
2:20 Is IMO syrup keto-friendly?

In this video, were going to talk about IMO syrup. Is IMO syrup keto-friendly?

IMO syrup: Isomaltooligosaccharides (VitaFiber) 

In past cooking videos, Karen and I made certain types of keto bombs or keto cookies using VitaFiber. I was operating off of some incomplete information, thinking that IMO syrup wouldn’t spike your blood sugars. 

When you consume fiber, which is prebiotic, it bypasses the normal digestion in the small intestine, and it gets into the large intestine. In the large intestine, your microbes break it down and make beneficial compounds. In this way, fiber does not increase your blood sugars or insulin. 

However, when you consume isomaltooligosaccharides (IMO syrup), it breaks up in the stomach and you get another compound called isomaltose. This compound is almost completely digested by the enzymes in the intestinal border—not the pancreas. It has been shown within 30 minutes to spike your blood glucose by 50 points and increase your insulin by 5x. There was also no hydrogen gas noted upon testing. This indicates there is no fermentation going on.

* Is IMO syrup keto-friendly?
I do not believe IMO on keto is a good idea anymore. I do not think IMO syrup is keto-friendly, and I do not recommend VitaFiber anymore. I will be deleting the ketogenic diet recipes that I have that include this ingredient. IMO syrup will spike your blood sugars.

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