These sugars have no glyceric
index and low caloric values.
The ingredients that now classify as dietary fibers are: mixed plant cell wall fibers (sugar cane fiber and apple fiber); arabinoxylan (cereal grains); inulin (a carbohydrate) and inulin-type fructans (chicory root); high amylose starch, which Is resistant to digestion and has a low glyceric
index; galactooligosaccharide and polydextrose (prebiotics); resistant maltodextrin/dextrin (from corn); and alginate, primarily used in medical applications.
The most common products obtained by glycerol oxidation are glyceric
acid, lactic acid and dihydroxyacetone, which find potential applications in polymer and fine chemical industries .
These metabolites were 2-oxo-3-methylvaleric acid, 3-hydroxy-DL-kynurenic acid, vinylacetylglycine, pregnenolone, nitrotyrosine, 1-methyl adenosine, oxoadipic acid, glyceric
acid, citric acid, and isobutyric acid.
The organic acid test includes two additional markers, glycolic and glyceric
acids, that are markedly elevated in genetic causes of excessive oxalate, the hyperoxalurias I and II.
Hutchings, "Selective oxidation of glycerol to glyceric
acid using a gold catalyst in aqueous sodium hydroxide," Chemical Communications, no.
All of the products in the line also contain a proprietary OrganoNutrients complex, which is comprised of a synergistic blend of ingredients including organic glyceric
phytocomplex made up of hops (Humulus lupulus), sage (Salvia officinalis) and fenugreek (Trigonella graecum) extract.
5 Explain an alphabetical connection between the glyceric
index and the US soldiery.
In an earlier study, Balansard (1952) had observed increased chloride and urea excretion in rabbits after parenteral administration of 0.1 g/kg glycolic or glyceric
acid (which is also contained in nettle).
Dead or Alive star Pete admits to four nose jobs, lip enlargement, Botox and "the odd glyceric