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Arabinose
Definition

What does Arabinose do for the body

Arabinose is a white crystalline aldose sugar. It is extracted from gums and wood cellulose obtained from the plants. It is found in both soluble and insoluble fibers. The soluble fibers are beans and oats and insoluble fibers are rice and wheat. It is identical to sucrose and is sweet in taste. It is a simple natural sweetener that has been approved for its health benefits. It controls the high blood sugar and is having weight losing properties.

Benefits of Arabinose
Helps in Obesity
Regulates the Blood Sugar
Stores the glucose for longer period, hence releases energy over longer time
 
Repertory

Herbs Containing Arabinose

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Acacia Mangium
Ajuga Bracteosa
Bruguiera Gymnorrhiza
Cordia Africana
Ocimum Gratissimum
Plantago Ovata
Vachellia Xanthophloea
 
 
 
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