Physical and chemical properties;Potential hazard;Usage/Brends
Monosaccharide, it is an separate sweetening agent, 2 times less sweet than sugar. In medicine, it is used for intoxication and treatment of the liver and nerve system diseases. It is the essential ingredient for all the processes in the body. Glucose is the source of energy for the proper functioning of every cell in the body and, consequently, is the key factor to maintain the health. The average required amount of glucose is calculated from 2.6 g/kg of human body weight. Requires insulin to be assimilated (!).; When the daily glucose level is exceeded, that triggers the intensive fat deposition leading to the following disorders: obesity, metabolic disturbance, increased blood cholesterol (atherosclerosis, thrombosis, thrombophlebitis which are life-threatening), allergic reaction to many food products, medicinal products, odours, and flowering plants which have not cause and sensibilisation before. Additionally: blood pressure decrease or increase, stroke, Alzheimer’s disease, diabetes, dementia, mood swings. Promotes development of dental caries.; Fruit and berry juices, grapes and grape juice, cherry and black cherry, strawberry, raspberry, watermelon, plum, pumpkin, white cabbage, carrots, honey (a mixture of glucose + fructose), cereals and grain crops (cereals, pasta, bread), dairy products (cream, kephir, milk). Apples, bananas, corn, and beans are rich in glucose of proper quality.