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table sugar

n.
See sugar.
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Simple carbs are found naturally in fruits, milk, milk products as well as processed or refined sugars like table sugar, syrups and soft drinks.
The significant increase in table sugar imports is ascribed to huge importation of duty-free sugar between May and August 2017 to mitigate prevailing local shortage in the country,' says the report.
However, one cannot fail to notice that sugarcane and table sugar production in 15 counties has significantly declined in the past year, from more than 50,000 tonnes to below 15,000 tonnes owing to a myriad of challenges that face the sector.
While refined table sugar (sucrose) is dealt with by the pancreas (which produces insulin), unrefined fruit sugars (fructose) are processed by the liver.
Though molasses is the most nutritive portion of the sugar cane plant, Muscovado sugar is healthier than a normal table sugar.
Consumption of foods high in added sugars, including table sugar, fructose and honey, is linked to the development of a number of chronic diseases.
The WHO's recommendations cover free sugars such as glucose and fructose, and sucrose or table sugar added to processed foods and drinks.
Added sugars are any sugars--including table sugar, fructose and honey--either used in processing and preparing foods or beverages, added to foods at the table or eaten separately.
Free sugars include monosaccharides, such as glucose and fructose, and disaccharides, such as sucrose or table sugar, that have been added to foods and drinks.
Matt visits Mexico to assess whether agave syrup is a healthier, more natural alternative to table sugar, while Jimmy is also on his travels - heading to Mauritius to gauge whether brown sugar, which is commonly used by bakers and in coffee shops, is any better for us than white sugar.
Added sugars including table sugar, fructose and honey either used in processing and preparing foods or beverages, added to foods at the table or eaten separately should not be included at all in the diet of children under the age of two-year, the researchers warned.