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

Answer 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 »
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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 »
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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 »
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What is fructose compounding?

Fructose compounding is a patented process by which minerals are bonded to fructose. According to the company that holds the patent for this process, fructose compounding makes it easier for the bo... Read More »
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Is fructose sugar?

Fructose is a natural sugar that is found in many types of food, including fruits, vegetables and honey. Food manufacturers also use fructose as a sweetening ingredient in many prepackaged foods an... Read More »
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