[ UK /fɹˈʌktə‍ʊz/ ]
[ US /ˈfɹəkˌtoʊs/ ]
  1. a simple sugar found in honey and in many ripe fruits
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How To Use fructose In A Sentence

  • Fructose is absorbed more slowly than glucose and galactose. The Dictionary of Nutritional Health
  • In order to metabolize fructose (and sucrose for that matter but thats simply because sucrose has fructose in it) the body does need to make a few enzymes primarily aldolase-B I'm Back - And Not a Moment Too Soon
  • Fructose, aka levulose, found naturally in fruits and, to a lesser extent, vegetables, is the sweetest of all sugars.
  • If eating spoons of honey doesn't appeal, you can buy fructose in crystalline form. Times, Sunday Times
  • The nectar is sucrose-dominant but also contains low concentrations of glucose, fructose, free amino acids and possibly terpenoids.
  • It is advisable to have carbohydrates such as maltodextrin or tapioca dextrin rather than refined sugars such as sucrose, corn syrup, or high fructose corn syrup. Undefined
  • He's all about high-fructose corn syrup and there is only corn-fed beef on all of his menus now. Top Chef: All-Stars Reunion: Tom and Elia Go Head to Head!
  • The results are extremely concerning, but few commercial beverages are sweetened only with fructose; most are sweetened with sucrose, which is half glucose and half fructose. Tim Harlan, M.D.: Sugary Drinks And Your Risk Of Disease
  • g; glucose 640 mg/100 g; fructose 390 mg/100 g; campesterol 5 mg/100 g; Chapter 27
  • It's hard to not read that as a microaggression, because some days I am indeed practically living on caffeinated fructose.
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