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NathalyN

  • one year ago

How is sugar often disguised on food guide labels? table sugar real sugar corn oil high fructose corn syrup

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    Fructose is a sweeter compound then glucose which is just the regular sugar so I'm assuming that it would be D

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    oh okay can you help a little more please I'm stuck with this question medal and i promise i will tell you which answer i think it is you help???

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    I'm sorry I would but I have to go to work!!!

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    can you help with just oen more!

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