answersLogoWhite

0


Best Answer
User Avatar

Wiki User

10y ago
This answer is:
User Avatar

Add your answer:

Earn +20 pts
Q: What is the least cariogenic sugar of sucrose lactose and fructose?
Write your answer...
Submit
Still have questions?
magnify glass
imp
Related questions

How are sucrose lactose and maltose the same?

sucrose is the standard sweetness, a table sugar, glucose + fructose. lactose is the least sweet of all sugars, galactose + glucose. lastly, maltose is the sugar found in beers, glucose + glucose.


Is sucrose sugar?

No. Sucrose has a relative sweetness of 1.0, while Splenda (Sucralose) of the same quantity is about 600 times sweeter. Fructose is the sweetest of all natural sugar types, with a relative sweetness of 1.73. Xylitol is roughly as sweet as sucrose. Glucose, which is the main component of starch, has a relative sweetness of 0.6-0.7. Of all the sugars, Lactose is the least sweet, with a relative sweetness of 0.16.


Why do sugar solutions have diffrent degrees of sweetness?

There can be two reasons. First is the different solutions can contain different amounts of sugar. The other is that different sugars have different levels of sweetness. Of the common sugars, lactose is the least sweet, then glucose, sucrose and fructose.


Is Mountain Dew made with real sugar?

Yes, no (or, rather, "only partially"), and maybe.Pepsi has recently (Dec 2009) released something called "Mountain Dew Throwback" which is made with sucrose only rather than "high fructose corn sweetener." Sucrose is what most people mean when they say "real sugar."Regular Mountain Dew is made at least partially with high fructose corn sweetener, which is a mixture of fructose and glucose.However, fructose and glucose are both "sugars" in a chemistry sense, so even that is technically made with sugar... just not table sugar (cane sugar/beet sugar), which is sucrose.


What is the least sweet sugar?

Basically sugar is a sweet-flavored carbohydrate and is classified in to monosaccharides (simple molecule) and disaccharides (complex molecule). Glucose, fructose and galactose are all simple sugars, monosaccharides, with the general formula C6H12O6. Sucrose, maltose and lactose are all compound sugars, disaccharides, with the general formula C12H22O11 <


Can Stevia be eaten on fructose free diet?

Hi,I am by no means an expert in this. Most plants / fruit in nature that are sweet, the sugar is coming from Fructose. This is purely my understanding of it. So, since it's a leaf I'd say that yes it is Fructose.I am not sure there is a way to have a 100% free fructose free diet. The question is how is it delivered. Apple versus apple juice, an apple was meant to be eat with the peel and fiber. When we take out the fiber what is left is just a flavored cocktail of glucose, fructose, and water.Now, how much fructose is in 1/8 tsp of stevia sweetner is a question? But at least that 1/8 tsp of stevia gets you a full teaspoons worth of Sucrose. If Sucrose is 1/2 glucose and 1/2 fructose logic would be it's 75% less fructose? That is if stevia is 100% fructose, which is my question... how much of stevia is fructose? Say in SweetLeaf SteviaClear Liquid Stevia.A lot to think about!


What mixture is table sugar?

No, it's a pure compound (at least, it can be; sugar you buy at the grocery store might not be absolutely pure). Chemically speaking "sugar" is a class of compounds. There are lots of different sugars: sucrose (this is cane sugar, the grocery store kind), glucose (blood sugar), maltose (malt sugar), galactose and lactose (sugars found in milk), fructose (fruit sugar), and many others (you may have noticed a pattern: the names of sugars tend to end with -ose). Yes Sugar is a mixture


How much sugar is in a can of spite?

It depends on what you mean by "sugar". If you're referring to sucrose, aka "table sugar", like most people, most soft drink brands, including Sprite, do not use sucrose anymore. They use high-fructose corn syrup. However, the "fructose" in high-fructose corn syrup is included in the more general definition of "sugar", as is glucose (which is also present in high-fructose corn syrup). In fact, there are several different compounds, all ending with "ose", and all of them sweet to some degree, that are called "sugar", in the general (but less-used) sense of the word. If you're using this general definition of "sugar" (including fructose, glucose, lactose, galactose, and all the other ose's as well as sucrose), then the information you need is right there on the can. It should say "Sugars", followed by the number of grams of sugars in one serving (usually 1 can). For instance, I'm looking at a can of Coca Cola now that says 39 grams of sugars. If it doesn't tell you how much "sugars" is in your Sprite can, it should at least give the number of grams of "Carbohydrates". Carbohydrates include both sugars and starches (which are really just multiple sugar molecules linked together in a long chain molecule). But there aren't any starches in soft drinks, so the amount of carbohydrates printed on the can should be identical to the amount of sugars. Then again, some soft drink makers are now selling "throwback" versions of their products. Not only are these soft drinks sold in "old-style" cans, but the makers have reverted to the original recipes (or something close to them), which DID contain ordinary table sugar (sucrose). I do not know if Sprite is one of those soft drinks now available in a "throwback" version, but if it is, you should still be able to find the quantity of "sugars" (which, in this case, should be only sucrose, no fructose or glucose) printed on the can.


What provides the least amount of lactose per serving?

every one knows that soy milk has the least lactose. what do you think the word soy means?


What artificial sweetener does the least damage?

high fructose corn syrup


What is the difference between polyasccharides and monosaccharudes?

== == Monosaccharides are one-molecule sugars and those commonly found in food are: Glucose (dextrose or blood sugar) Fructose (fruit sugar) Galactose (occurs mainly in milk) Polysaccarides (complex carbs) are made up of simple sugars (monosaccharides) or their derivatives linked together in different ways. Starch is an example of polysaccharide or complex carbohydrate. Let's not forget those Disaccharides! Disaccharides are two monosaccharides linked together. Those common to food always contain at least one glucose molecule. Sucrose (table sugar) = glucose + fructose Lactose (milk sugar) = glucose + galactose Maltose (malt sugar) = glucose + glucose


Why 2pm hwang Chan sung likes banana?

channie like bananas because bananas contain three natural sugars are the most important of such as sucrose, fructose and Glucose.bananas provide enough energy to make heavy work for at least half an hour and can avoid contact with various diseases