Carbrohydrates

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Carbrohydrates

The stucture of Carbrohydrates is Carbon, Hydrogen, and Oxygen. The ratio is always 2:1.General formula is CH20.

1: Fructose & Grandulated Sugar2: Drink powders, Hard candies, & Gummies.3: Sugary cereals.4: Dried fruits.5: Crackers, Rice cakes, & Potatoe chips.6: Flour, cakes & cookies.7:Jams and Preserves8: Potatoes9: Pickles, sauces, salad dressings10: PIZZA!

Foods with high amound of carbrohydrate.

Carbohydrates (:

Heres to help you understand, better!

Monosaccharide: A simple sugar, example: fructose, glucose, and ribose. (Sugar)Disaccharide: A sugar (carbohydrate) composed of two monosaccharides, (lactose)Polysaccaride: A complex carbohydrate composed of a chain of monosaccharides joined together by glocosidic bonds. ( Starches)

Monosaccharide

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