Where Does Dextrose Come from?

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Dextrose comes from maize, which is also referred to as cornstarch, rice, wheat, cassava, corn hust and sago. It is usually made by feeding bacteria to the starch; the bacteria feeds on the starch to release sugar, which is known as dextrose.
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Dextrose is another name for glucose. In its natural form, dextrose is a sugar produced by plant and animal life. Specifically, it's released during the breakdown of certain organisms
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My naturopathic doctor says it comes from potato. If you have a potato intolerance it is recommended that you avoid eating iodized salt as it contains dextrose from potatoes. Sea
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Dextrose is a form of glucose, found naturally in animal and plant tissue and derived
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I've never heard of glucose and dextrose being labeled separately on the same label. They are the same compound and labeling in the United States would allow for the use of either
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