carbohydrates are the muscles primary source of energy, which breaks down into glucose, fructose, and galactose. Any of these molecules not readily used, are stored in the liver and muscle cells as glycogen. Any excess not used is stored as fat. If inadequate carbs are taken in, the body will break down protein (muscle) in order to make glycogen for energy – this inhibits one’s ability to grow muscle.
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