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Monosaccarides Glucose, Galactose, Fructose
Diasaccharides: Sucrose glucose + fructose
Dasaccharides: Lactose glucose + galactose
Diasaccharides: Maltose glucose + glucose
Polysaccharides starch, dextrin, glycogen and fiber
Soluble Fiber: food sources fruits, oats, and legumes
Soluble Fiber: benefits helps relieve diareaha, controls blood sugar, hunger and cholestrol
Insoluble Fiber: food sources green leafy veggies, whole grains
Insoluble Fiber: benefits reduces the rist of colon cancer, relieves constipation, controls hunger
Omega 3 linoLENIC acid, soybean and canola oil, wheat germ, flaxseed, coldwater fish
Omega 6 linoLEIC acid, in leafy veggies, nuts/seeds, grains, heart protective affects
Deamination removing the amino acid group from the protein
Denaturation altering the chemical structure of protein by heat or acid
Desentization introducing small amounts of protein allergens into the body until tolerance is reached
Created by: lindynester27