What is D-Raffinose Pentahydrate?
D-Raffinose Pentahydrate is a natural compound in the polysaccharide compound class composed of glucose, galactose, and fructose moieties. It can be identified in various sources from plants like beans, broccoli, cabbage, whole grains, and others.
D-Raffinose is a non-digestible trisaccharide, e.g., our bodies do not have enzymes for hydrolyzing this sugar. However, some bacteria in our intestines can, and after metabolizing, D-Raffinose produces aromatic compounds associated with consuming beans and other vegetables.
The main uses of D-Raffinose are in skin moisturizers, to replenish skin, as a nutrition source for yeasts and bacteria, and in pharmaceutical formulations as a bulking and stabilizing agent.
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