monosaccharide

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Synonyms for monosaccharide

a sugar (like sucrose or fructose) that does not hydrolyse to give other sugars

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The pH and the amount of simple sugars in fresh fruits and vegetables did play a role in furan formation.
Simple sugars are soluble in water and have a sweet taste.
"But when fruit is refined to fruit juice, the fiber is removed, leaving only the rapidly digested, simple sugar."
The fruit contains simple sugars for while spinach is packed full of and iron.
And Lani Lazzari, president, CEO and founder of Simple Sugars, a line of facial and body scrubs, is--in her gracious and respectful way--unflinching.
White pizza bases and pastas are refined carbohydrates, containing simple sugars that dissolve quickly and cause a spike in mouth acid.
But, VCO consumption needs to be accompanied by a diet free of simple sugars, refined carbohydrates, and trans fats along with moderate physical activity to give the desired results and reverse disorders.
"Simple sugars and refined carbohydrates have a high GI and get absorbed so fast that they cause a spike in blood sugar levels causing insulin to be produced rapidly.
BTI-320 is a proprietary polysaccharide to be taken before meals and works in the gastrointestinal tract, non-systemically, to block the action of carbohydrate-hydrolyzing enzymes that break down complex carbohydrates into simple sugars, reducing the availability of glucose for absorption into the bloodstream, concluded the company.
ISLAMABAD -- Switching to a diet low in simple sugars and high in healthy fats, like the types found in canola oil, could help people with type 2 diabetes control their blood sugar, a study says.
On the one hand, producers are committing themselves to controlling the consumption of simple sugars in line with particular nutritional aims.
of California-Riverside) offers this compendium of pretreatment techniques to maximize polymer conversion to simple sugars and separation from other non-usable components.
* Simple carbohydrates: Simple sugars such as table sugar, artificial sweeteners, honey, corn fructose, soda, candy and other sweets provide little in the way of fiber or nutrients.
What is happening here is that you are trying to mask poor nutrition with coffee and simple sugars; this is like trying to maintain a fire with gas and paper.