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What foods contain larch arabinogalactan?

Dr. Michael Roizen, MD
Internal Medicine

Larch arabinogalactan is found in very small quantities in a wide variety of foods including carrots, radishes, pears, corn, wheat and tomatoes. But unfortunately consuming these foods alone does not provide the body with a meaningful amount of larch arabinogalactan. The easiest way to get a meaningful quantity of larch arabinogalactan is through supplementation. Fortunately, there are supplements that have been developed by extracting larch arabinogalactan from the Larch tree. 

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