Disaccharides

Disaccharides (BIOS) - carbohydrates, each molecule of which is obtained by the hydrolysis of two molecules of monosaccharides. The main representatives of disaccharides: sucrose (cane or beet sugar), lactose (milk sugar) and maltose (malt sugar) are important food products. Enzymesthat destroy disaccharides in animal organisms that are found only in the digestive tract, so disaccharides introduced into the blood, are not subject to decay and are unchanged.