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Sugar is a natural ingredient that has always been part of the human diet. Carbohydrates comprising sugars and starches are broken down in the body into glucose. Sugars are an important source of energy with glucose being the most important for the body. Our brain requires around 130 grams of glucose per day to keep functioning.
Some sugars are found naturally in foods (e.g. fruit, vegetables and milk) while others are used during processing and cooking – find out more on how sugars are used here.
The body does not distinguish between sugars used in food and drink manufacturing or in the home, and those found naturally in fruits and vegetables. For example, the sucrose in an apple is broken down in exactly the same way as the sucrose in in your sugar bowl. However, the rate of which sucrose is absorbed can vary depending on if the source is a solid or liquid food, for example in an apple or apple juice.
The most common kinds of sugars :
Fructose: found in fruits and honey.
Galactose: found in milk and dairy products.
Glucose: found in honey, fruits and vegetables.
Lactose: found in milk, made from glucose and galactose.
Maltose: found in barley.
Sucrose: made up of glucose and fructose and found in plants.
Xylose: found in wood or straw.
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At picture 1=All peoples must have/contain some energy in their body which may help in work properly
At picture 2=Every human should do some exercise to be fit every day. They should do the following exercise/hobbies such as yoga,karate,playing out door gamesetc