Fibers are nonstarch polysaccharides that are naturally present as well as can be produced with the use of synthetic techniques. Dietary fibers are fibers that are specifically consumed as supplements. They aid in proper digestion and also assist in removing surplus cholesterol. These are chiefly gained from plants mostly from grains, cereals, vegetable, and fruits category. Nevertheless, they can also be extracted from animals. As per the report, the global dietary fibers market was priced at over USD 2.30 billion in 2015, is anticipated to attain above USD 4.80 billion in 2021, and is projected to develop at 13% or slightly above CAGR between 2016 and 2021.

The global market is mainly fueled by the increasing alertness for the healthy lifestyle, which has led to elevated fiber supplement consumption. Furthermore, the rise in elderly population has boosted the market growth. The transforming lifestyle along with the increasing income drives the market growth. Moreover, the rising occurrence of several diseases as a result of the unhealthy habits and hectic lifestyle is anticipated to make people inclined toward healthy supplements, which, in turn, will open new opportunities for the growth of the global market.

On the basis of source, the global market can be divided into cereals, grains, and fruits & vegetables. Grains and cereals are the key segments of the market due to their easy accessibility. There are 2 chief types, namely, insoluble and soluble dietary fibers. Few of the insoluble fibers are cellulose, lignin, chitosan, chitin, hemicelluloses, and others. Soluble fibers, including inulin, pectin, polydextrose, beta-glucan, and others are mostly utilized in weight loss and cholesterol lowering. Several applications of these fibers consist of animal food, pharmaceuticals, functional food, and other applications. The functional food segment is the dominating segment due to the high consumption of these fibers as functional food in diabetics, obesity, and individuals experiencing high cholesterol. Even the pharmaceuticals segment may come up as the potential segment of the market owing to high utilization of fibers in a production of several drugs.

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According to a study published in 2013, higher intake of dietary fiber is linked to lower risk of coronary heart disease as well as cardiovascular disease.