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Mono, di and polysaccharides

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    Mono, di and polysaccharides

    Marvella G.
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    Marvella G.

    EVERY CARBOHYDRATE IS MADE UP OF THE SAME ELEMENTS

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    CARBOHYDRATES DIFFER IN THE WAY THESE ELEMENTS ARE ARRANGED AND HOW MANY OF THEM THERE ARE.

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    WHAT ARE THE THREE TYPES OF CARBOHYDRATES?

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    How often do we need to eat carbohydrates?

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