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D-ribose is a pentose sugar with a major role in intracellular energy transfer. Read more on this interesting molecule and why we use it.
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Ketosis is the native state of the body when you are born. By keeping carbohydrate intake limited, the liver will produce ketones and use this as the main fuel source. This is the same process our ancestors followed.
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The Inca'cao nut butters are available in 7 different flavors and each contain between 70 & 80% nuts. They are all fortified with cocoa butter. This gives them a unique “Cremeux” texture and allows them to be used for greasing, dipping, baking, cooking and much more!
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Polymers and oligomers (a type of polymer) are often thought of as synthetic, but natural carbohydrates such as starch or our own body’s glycogen are also polymers.
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In order to be able to correctly explain you all future blogposts, we must first explain some basic concepts. This basic concepts will be referred too often in later blogs, so this post will certainly serve as a reference.