How Is Fructose Extracted From Sunchoke?

Answer The tuberous, rootlike sunchoke plant is one of the highest sources of a complex sugar called inulin. Sunchoke is considered a suitable starch substitute, especially for diabetics. Once consumed, t... Read More »

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I've had all my teeth extracted, but no imprints taken before they extracted them, can they still make denture?

When dentures are made it is only the bare jaw bone on which the denture will be made to fit on that is important. The best way to have a denture made is to have all the teeth pulled and allow the ... Read More »

Does high fructose corn syrup have a different glycemic index from crystalline fructose from corn?

To answer your question specifically, I think fructose is fructose no matter where it comes from. So, the answer would be 19. As long as it is pure fructose, the GI should be the same. This is one ... Read More »

What is fructose used for?

Manufacturers use fructose and fructose derivatives to sweeten processed foods and medicines. The water-soluble monosaccharide (simple sugar) occurs naturally in fruits, honey and vegetables. When ... Read More »

Uses of Fructose?

Fructose is a naturally occurring sugar found in fruits and vegetables. Crystalline fructose remains a popular sweetening agent in the production of foods and beverages. Crystalline fructose often ... Read More »