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FoodNavigator-Asia.com

FoodNavigator-Asia.com
Wed, 29 Jul 2015 07:26:15 -0700

Its chief executive, Steve McCutcheon, said the regulator had assessed an application to add it to the same food categories, and at the same maximum levels, as currently permitted steviol glycosides. The closing date for submissions is 10 August 2015.

Tech Times

Tech Times
Sat, 18 Jul 2015 05:21:55 -0700

Some studies also point to another compound present in the leaves called anthraquinone glycosides that could also cause harmful side effects to people. The exact cause of poisoning due to rhubarb ingestion is yet to be identified but it is believed ...

New Scientist

New Scientist
Wed, 22 Jul 2015 11:33:00 -0700

And the odollam tree (Cerbera odollam) from Asia and the Pacific has bitter fruits containing glycosides that inhibit ion channels in heart muscle. The fruits are said to have killed more people (through suicide or murder) than any other plant poison ...

Entomology Today

Entomology Today
Wed, 22 Jul 2015 07:05:13 -0700

One such defense might be the presence of bioactive phenolic derivatives hydroxytyrosol, oleuropein, and other iridoid glycosides, which have been shown to have anti-microbial and anti-insect effects in olive trees. However, the emerald ash borer did ...

io9

io9
Mon, 06 Jul 2015 06:43:09 -0700

Glycosides are often incredibly sweet when compared to plain old sucrose. A little glycoside goes a long way. Which is why glycyrrhizin, a keyboard-mash of a molecule, has been delighting anyone with a sweet tooth for centuries. It's the glycoside in ...

International Business Times AU

International Business Times AU
Sun, 19 Jul 2015 20:22:19 -0700

Some studies identified the compound anthraquinone glycosides, found in the rhubarb leaves, is possibly harmful to people. Oxalate, the base component of oxalic acid – the substance present in writing inks, stain removers and metal polishes – becomes a ...
 
MarketWatch
Mon, 13 Jul 2015 05:37:56 -0700

Stevia is produced by steeping dried leaves from the plant, like a tea, and then separating or purifying the best tasting sweet compounds, known as steviol glycosides. Since these concentrates are some 300 times sweeter than sugar, less is required in ...

The Globe and Mail

The Globe and Mail
Mon, 06 Jul 2015 11:52:12 -0700

A no-calorie sweetener made from the leaves of a plant native to South America, stevia gets its sweet taste from natural compounds called steviol glycosides. It's sold under the brand names Truvia, Krisda and Pure Via; stevia-based sweeteners are ...
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