Levulose is a naturally occurring sugar in fruits, and is not isolated but bound to other naturally occurring sugars. Unlike man-made fructose which robs the body of many nutrients, levulose contains enzymes, vitamins, minerals, fibers, and fruit pectin. That is why levulose should not be interchanged with fructose because doing so would be like saying that margarine is butter.
Levulose a sugar from honey and many sweet fruits, used in solution as a fluid and nutrient replenisher.

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