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Glucose
Definition

What does Glucose do for the body

Glucose is a simple sugar. It is an important energy source. It is one of the components of carbohydrates. Glucose is also known as Dextroseis. It provides energy to the Cells. Body converts Glucose into long term source of energy. It is the Primary source of Energy in the Body. Most of the Glucose comes directly from the Carbohydrates. It helps to enhance Learning and Memory Power. It is a form of simple sugar. Glucose is important for Cellular respiration. Glucose comes from Sugar and Starchy Foods. Body breaks down these foods and converts them into Glucose.

Functions of Glucose in the Body
Glucose is a source of energy. It is the only source of energy for the Fetus and for the Glucose dependent organs such as the Retina, Erythrocytes, Gonads and the Brain.

Level of Glucose in the Body
100 mg/dL on an empty stomach measured at least 10 hours after a meal.

Daily Requirement of Glucose in the Body
30 to 50 grams or 6 teaspoons per day.

Benefits of Glucose in the Body
Natural Immune Booster
Natural Cleansing Properties
Even Diabetics need glucose to function
Acts as a Natural Preservative and Probiotic Support

Effects of deficiency of Glucose in the Body
Fatigue
Anemia
Jaundice
Dark Urine
Hypoglycemia
Hemolytic Anemia
Shortness of Breath
Prone to Bacterial or Viral infections

Effects of Excess Glucose in the Body
Diabetes
Weight Gain
Loss of weight
Chronic Diseases
May sap Brain power
Impaired Immune System
Children become hyperactive
 
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