[Sca-cooks] sugar cane
t.d.decker at worldnet.att.net
Fri Jan 5 23:32:03 PST 2007
As I understand it, sucrose will trigger insulin production and will produce
a feeling of satiation, both of which fructose isn't supposed to do. The
calorie count is about the same. I didn't get into the difference because
we've flogged that horse a time or two previously and cane juice and cane
sugar are sucrose.
> something else you're not mentioning: sucrose (sugar as we ybderstand it)
> and fructose (corn sugar) are different chemicals. Sucrose is a 12-carbon
> sugar; fructose, a 6-carbon sugar. They have different sweetness levels,
> and, apparenty, different physiological digestivve properties. Someone
> with access to more current (and more accessible) textbooks than mine may
> abve to provide further information.
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