maltose : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a white crystalline sugar formed during the digestion of starches
- She says that all maltose turns to alcohol and carbonation in the brewing process and that Anheuser won't rule out legal action if Agatston fails to set the record straight.
- Of the various kinds of sugar, fructose (from most fruit), glucose (from grapes and starch foods), sucrose (table sugar from cane or beets), lactose (from milk) and maltose (from .
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- 5 tips for long-term energy
1JUST SAY NO TO 'OSE' Eliminate breakfast cereals that list ingredients like sugar, corn syrup, honey or anything that ends in "ose" (dextrose, sucrose, maltose). Instead, go for low-sugar berries, whole-grain cereals (like old-fashioned oats), nuts (1 ounce is a serving) and plain Greek yogurt (fat-free if you're trying to lose weight).
June 12, 2013 - Philadelphia Daily News