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Click to edit Master subtitle style 6/3/10 Carbohydrates Jade Anderson
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6/3/10 Carbohydrates Overview  Important energy source  for humans and  animals.  One of 5 major food  categories. Many natural sources of  carbohydrates with  healthy benefits. Poor carbohydrate  metabolism cause some 
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6/3/10 Carbohydrates: Defined Carbohydrates are composed of “units” called  saccharine. Saccharine or “sugars” are composed of carbon,  hydrogen and oxygen in the formula C1H201. Sugar units are often linked into chains of two  sugar units to hundreds of sugar units.
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6/3/10 Types of Carbohydrates Two types of carbohydrates:  Sugars: also known as simple carbohydrates. Starch: also known as complex carbohydrates.
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6/3/10 Types of Carbohydrates:  Sugars Simple Sugars.  Simple sugars are found naturally in: Milk products,  Vegetables and Fruit.  Sugars can also be added to food.  These sugars include: White sugar, Brown sugar,  Honey.
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This note was uploaded on 06/02/2010 for the course SCI 241 taught by Professor Williams during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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