Rhamnose - 1 molecule
Fucose - 1 molecule
Arabinose - 2 molecules
Xylose -5 molecules
Galactose - 8 molecules
Galacturonic Acid - 26 molecules
Glucose (the most predominant monosaccharide) - 31 molecules
Mannose - 51 molecules
Rhamnose - is commonly bound to other sugars in nature. It is a common glycone component of glycosides from many plants. Rhamnose is also a component of the outer cell membrane of acid-fast bacteria in the Mycobacterium genus, which includes the organism that causes tuberculosis.
Fucose - (Not to be confused with the table sugar fructose) is prevalent in human breast milk, medicinal mushrooms, and seaweeds. Fucose has been shown to suppress certain inflammatory reactions in the skin and can kill invading bacteria.
Arabinose - is an aldopentose - a monosaccharide containing five carbon atoms, and including an aldehyde (CHO) functional group. It has chemical formula C5H10O5 and a molecular weight of 150.
Xylose - is an antibacterial and anti fungal carbohydrate. Research has given us evidence that Xylose may help prevent cancer of the digestive tract.
Galactose - is located in the lactose of dairy products, and as a monosaccharide in many fruits and vegetables. Galactose is commonly referred to as the brain sugar and and has shown benefits toward supporting the brain development of babies and children. Additional health benefits may include inhibiting tumor growth in the body.
Galacturonic - is a sugar acid, an oxidized form of D-galactose. It is the main component of pectin, in which it exists as the polymer polygalacturonic acid. It has an aldehyde group at C1 and a carboxylic acid group at C6. Other oxidized forms of D-galactose are D-galactonic acid (carboxylic group at C1) and meso-galactaric acid (mucic acid) (carboxylic groups at C1 and C6).
Glucose (the most predominant monosaccharide) - is derived from carbohydrates, proteins and certain component(s) of fats. Its primary role is to provide support for proper brain function and energy production associated with insulin release and glycogen storage. Glucose is a fast acting energy source which our bodies absorb directly by the blood stream. Research also suggests that glucose may have some body-building functions as it is prevalent in the myelin sheath and the kidney tubules.
Mannose - is located primarily in cranberries, blueberries, black and red currants, gooseberries, green beans, fenugreek, capsicum, cabbage, tomatoes, turnips, shiitake mushrooms, kelp, and aloe vera. It has shown benefits in preventing and reversing urinary tract infections and stomach ulcers. Mannose is antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal, and antiparasitic by nature. Mannose supports our bodies ability to produce cytokines which is our bodies response to colds and flu's. This is the achy feeling we feel when we get sick.
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