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Do you know that our liver do makes glucose when we need it….
When we are not eating between meals, the body has to make its own sugar. The liver supplies glucose by turning glycogen into glucose in a process called glycogenolysis. The liver also can manufacture necessary sugar or glucose by harvesting amino acids, waste products and fat byproducts. This process is called gluconeogenesis.
Muscles can store approximately 500 g of glycogen. Because of the limited storage areas, any carbohydrates that are consumed beyond the storage capacity will be converted, and stored as fat. ………..More to update soon.