We speak of the advantage of ...a properly stabilized organic aloe vera ...but we seldom mention the whole leaf advantage ...with the respect of polysaccharide (long chain sugars) concentrations ...one of the critical issues is the size of the polysaccharide particles.
And yes, "size does matter"...at the microscopic level ...size is measured in daltons. It's interesting to find that if the size is below 10,000 daltons in particle size ...it has virtually none of the stimulation that the larger polysaccharides are capable of providing.
This is because of the manner in which the larger particles avoid the normal process of digestion and participate directly at the cellular level.
The cells of the intestinal lining will absorb the whole polysaccharide molecule providing that it's size is between 10,000 to 600,000 daltons.
The stabilized organic aloe vera using the whole leaf advantage provides this size over the previous hand filleting method which employ only the internal gel.