L-arabinose exists in many kinds of plants, grains, fruits and vegetables. Especially in beets, potatoes, apples, tomatoes, corncobs, corn peels and other delicious high-sugar fruits, the content often accounts for 5-25% of the dry matter.
1. In 1998, L-arabinose was approved as a health food additive by the Food and Drug Administration of the United States and the Ministry of Health of Japan.
2. In 2001, L-arabinose was listed as a special health food additive for regulating blood sugar by Japan's Ministry of Health and Wellfare.
3. the American Medical Association has included L- Arabinose as a nutritional supplement for anti obesity agents or over the counter . Prescribed range of use: all kinds of food, but not infant food. The recommended daily intake is 3-6% of sucrose.
4. In 2008, L- arabinose was approved as new resource food in China.
5. In 2009, L-arabinose was selected into intervention program by the International Society of Health Organizations for Nephropathy KHDC (Chronic Kidney Disease, Hypertension, Diabetes and Heart Disease), and became the only thing for food to interfere with diseases.
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