saccharic acid

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a white dicarboxylic acid formed from oxidation of sugar or starch

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Glucaric acid is a sugar-based acid created by oxidizing glucose, the most economical and abundant sugar on the planet.
Calcium D-Glucarate is the patented form of glucaric acid, which is found naturally in the body, and which supports glucuronidation, a process in which the body detoxifies environmental carcinogens and other potentially harmful toxins.
Schiff's proprietary formula is one of the first on the market to utilize calcium D-glucarate, a patented form of glucaric acid that appears naturally in the body and can also be found in fruits and vegetables.
While glucaric acid is found primarily in fruits and cruciferous vegetables, numerous studies indicate that increased levels of D-Glucarate through supplementation are effective in assisting the body in detoxification.
In a separate matter, Orphan Medical has decided to terminate the development of glucaric acid after careful evaluation of results from a pilot clinical trial and technical studies.
While glucaric acid is found primarily in fruits, such as apples and grapefruits, and in cruciferous vegetables, such as broccoli and cabbage, research indicates that increased levels of Calcium D-Glucarate achieved through supplementation are effective in assisting the body in detoxification.
The Company also announced the licensing of 3 new products: Sucrase, Catrix(R) and glucaric acid, during the quarter.
Calcium D-Glucarate is the patented form of glucaric acid, a substance found naturally in the body that promotes glucuronidation, a process in which the body eliminates toxins and other adverse substances from its system.
Calcium D-Glucarate is the patented form of glucaric acid, a phytonutrient found naturally in grapefruit, apples, oranges, broccoli and brussel sprouts.