Carbohydrates and their effects

Carbohydrates and their effects - lactose Common sources...

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Perumalla 1 Laskhmi Perumalla Jennifer Seeliorst English 094 19, April 2008 Carbohydrates and their effects Carbohydrates are the main source for our body. Carbohydrates are mixture of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen. Carbs are the one of the micronutritions and the other two are fats and protein. Crabs are essential for everyday diet which contains a range of daily vitamins, minerals, phtyo-chemicals and other micronutrients. There are basically two main classes of carbohydrates simple carbs and complex carbs. Simple carbs are sugars, like glucose, fructose and
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Unformatted text preview: lactose. Common sources include table sugar (sucrose), boiled sweets, syrups and honey. Complex carbs are starches and indigestible diretry fiber. Common sources of starches are bread, pasta, rice, beans and some vegetables. Common sources of dietary fiber are fruits, vegetables, beans, and the indigestible parts of whole grains like wheat bran and oat bran. Complex carbohydrate is rich in nutrition and micronutrients like: vitamins, minerals and phytochemicals. Simple carbs : Perumalla 1...
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