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How does glucose
Glucose is the simplest form of carbohydrate i.e. energy. In a healthy body, after eating, food breaks down into smaller form in order to release energy. But in unhealthy body, this breakage process gets slower as digestion affected due to illness. Glucose instantly mixes in blood inside body as it is already is in ready to soluble form and releases energy to recover.
Some examples are our muscles and our brain. Glucose or sugar comes from the food we eat. Carbohydrates such as fruit, bread pasta and cereals are common sources of glucose. These foods are broken down into sugar in our stomachs, and then absorbed into the bloodstream.
Normal glucose levels are typically less than 100 milligrams per deciliter, in the morning, when you first wake up, or before eating. We call this the fasting blood glucose or the sugar level. Normal glucose levels 1 to 2 hours after eating are typically less than 140
Hence, glucose helps to prevent water loss and maintain electrolyte balance in the body.
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