|Properties:||White crystalline powder|
Alternative Name: L(+)- aldose, pectinose
Arabinose, also known as pectin sugar, is often combined with other monosaccharides, and exists in the form of heteropolysaccharides in plant pulp, colloids, hemicellulose, pectic acid, and heartwood of coniferous trees. Bacterial polysaccharides, and certain glycosides.
1. Inhibit the absorption of sucrose
2. Control elevated blood sugar
3. Prevent constipation and promote the growth of bifidobacteria
4. Influence on skeletal muscle composition
1. Food and health products
Diabetic foods, diet foods, health functional foods, sucrose additives, health foods.
1)As a prescription for weight loss and blood sugar control
2)Additives or excipients for over-the-counter drugs;
3)Ideal intermediate for the synthesis of flavors and fragrances