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Difference Between Maltose Sucrose
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Glycogen storage: Here's a review for you http://emedicine. Medscape. Com/article/313724-overview. ...Read more
Is there a milk for lacose intolerant, sucrose intolerant and fructose intlolerant kids aged 7+ years? If not then what choices does one have?
No: It is high caloric, low-to-no nutritional value empty calories. It is no better than a candy bar or soda-pop. If your child runs a half-marathon or more daily, it may be indicated to replenish depleted stores of electrolytes and sugars, but otherwise it is not good for children. It was designed with high-power college athletes in mind, not little kids playing around in the back yard. ...Read more
I am not familiar with this group of "drugs" in energy drinks.
Most bottles describe the content of the drink and I would be surprised if all of the above items are listed.
If they are all on the list I would like to hear from you what you are drinking.
Too much of a good thing is not good for you or anyone else. ...Read more
Hi doctors, was just wondering what is acid maltose deficiency syndrome. I know it affects the muscles but how?
Glycogen storage: Here's a nice review http://emedicine. Medscape. Com/article/313724-overview. ...Read more
Probably ok limit: Sucrose Acetate Isobutyrate is a clear liquid food additive that works as an emulsifier. It mixes water and fat, distrubutes and suspends flavor oils in drinks. It replaced brominated vegetable oil. Used in energy drinks, electrolyte replacement beverages, wine coolers, malt beverages, bottled mixed drinks. The FDA considers it safe but limited allowable to 300 part per million in alcoholic drink ...Read more
Does your body process different sugars differently (eg. Glucose, fructose, sucrose, lactose, etc.)?
With minor: Differences, your body can easily metabolize any sugar. Glucose, fructose and galactose are all simple sugars or monosaccharides. Sucrose, maltose and lactose are all compound sugars or disaccharides. Sucrose is formed as a combination of a molecule of glucose and one of fructose, and they are broken apart by enzymes. All are equal to 4 calories / gram. ...Read more
Why is my period unable to come unless I consume a greater amount of sucrose before and during the days of the period?
You could have pcos -
or any other problems such as a thyroid condition. ...Read more
Does 17 months baby need sugar (sucrose)? Feeding him dinner in form of 200 ml concentrated fresh fruits&yoghurt. No sucrose since birth, max 10 times
NO NO NO!!!:
NO ONE NEEDS SUCROSE! EVER!!!
(except perhaps if you are a diabetic who took too much insulin and thus have dangerously low blood sugar)
Sugar/sucrose is toxic and best avoided by everyone as much as possible.
Would advise adding vegetables to your son's diet.
See http://tinyurl. Com/ber748c ...Read more
I bought an eye-liner with: synthetic beeswax, dimethiconol behenate and sucrose acetate isobutyrate. Are them dangerous for my skin? I have atopic derma
Not likely: They are no more likely harmful to your skin than anyone else's. Having said that, people with ad are more likely to develop allergic contact reactions presumably due to a defect in the skin barrier function allowing allergens to penetrate the skin more readily. ...Read more
Read that Sucrose has very low GI compared to glucose. When sugar breaks in body, only glucose gets absorbed to bloodstream. So sucrose better sweetener?
Better =?: Glycemic index (GI) is how fast a food raises your blood sugar, i.e. the glucose level in your blood. Sucrose has a lower GI than glucose, AND sucrose tastes sweeter than glucose. Also, higher GI is generally considered less healthy. So, I’d have to agree that sucrose is a “better” sweetener than glucose. Note: sucrose is still pretty bad, from a GI standpoint, just not as bad as glucose. ...Read more
How to find other sugars such as pure glucose (dextrose), maltose, lactose, fructose, galactose, etc., without buying online?
Other sugars: Look in the store. But mainly would not worry about it. Better things to worry about. IMHO ...Read more
My 8.5 mo daughter is on formula and begun solid foods. Can we feed her formula with added sucrose? Adding sugar to simple starch, any implications?
Please don't do it: Adding sugar to formula will only cause trouble. Formula is made to address the needs of infants. If babies have additional caloric requirements or starch needs, it isn't accomplished with sucrose. Adding sugar will cause not only weight gain but will also cause dental trouble, even if the baby has no teeth yet. Other metabolic consequences may also occur. Please discuss with pediatrician. ...Read more
Can a 22 months baby eat a piece of mango daily? He doesn't eat any sucrose or sugar, only a banana daily and a piece of mango? Or it can harm z kidney?
Can I use pure fruit juice/juice concentrate to sweeten dishes so as to avoid bad effect of sugar? Is the fructose, glucose in fruit better than sucrose
Not really...: Sugar is sugar. That's why people who are avoiding sugar should not drink fruit juice. They are usually ok with eating small servings of fruit. Processed foods from the store that say "naturally sweetened with juice" and use grape juice (or another juice) are bad like products using sucrose. The best thing to do is to train oneself to enjoy unsweetened or only slightly sweetened foods and drinks. ...Read more
Is oatmeal with evaporated cane juice better for you than guar gum in oatmeal? I understand ecj is a sweetener contains sucrose and guar gum cancer
Does sweetener zero calories contain lactose sucrose leucine crosscarmellose sodium which is diet sweetener effect on triglycerides like sugar?
Sweeteners: Don't have calories, I agree. The trouble is that our taste mechanism is made up of 6 stimulants--- sweet, sour bitter, salt, astringent, and metal. All god made food provides flavor from permutations and combinations of the 6. A single sweet input provides a jolt of pleasure that is addictive. It is brain signals that govern our ability to adapt to our environment. We need to obey diet rules. ...Read more
Hello, what type of drugs for treating the anxiety, do not cause weight gain and addiction to them? My diet is healthy and I'm eating products that contains no sucrose (table sugar), I'm drinking only few cups of green tea per day.
Oral nystatin has a sucrose ingredient in it, yeast feeds off of sugar so how is a person supposed to get rid of oral thrush?
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