Origin of fructose
Examples from the Web for fructose
HFCS contains at most 55 percent fructose and in some forms only 43 percent; almost all the rest is glucose.
When HFCS is made from cornstarch, the fructose molecules are not bound to other sugar molecules.
Every fructose molecule in sucrose, in contrast, is bound to a glucose.
None of the sweeteners people eat are 100 percent fructose, which was used in the Oregon study and several others.
"It's evidence that fructose and glucose elicit opposite responses in the human brain," says Purnell.
Like glucose and fructose, galactose seems to promote the production of glycogen in the body.Dietetics for Nurses|Fairfax T. Proudfit
Fructose is one of the sweetest of sugars, and helps to give honey its great sweetness.Foods and Household Management|Helen Kinne
Slator supposes that glucose and fructose form the same compound with the enzyme.Alcoholic Fermentation|Arthur Harden
The osones from glucose, mannose, and fructose are identical.
Mannan bears the same relation to mannose that starch does to glucose and inulin to fructose.
Word Origin for fructose
sugar found in fruit, 1864, coined in English from Latin fructus (see fruit) + chemical suffix -ose.