When we consume food, it is broken down by fluids in our stomachs containing acids and enzymes. When digested, carbohydrates, which contain sugars and starches, turn into a different kind of sugar called glucose. The glucose is ingested through the stomach lining and intestines and goes into the blood stream. Glucose can be used immediately for energy, or stored in the blood stream for energy to be used later.
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