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Carbohydrate - Ⅰ
- Nov 06, 2019 -

In the previous articles, we probably learned about some of carbohydrates. In the next article, we'll take a closer look at carbohydrates.

Carbohydrate is composed of three elements: carbon, hydrogen and oxygen. Like water, it contains a ratio of hydrogen to oxygen of two to one, so it is called carbohydrate. It is the cheapest nutrient of the three main nutrients that provide heat to the body.

The carbohydrates in food fall into two categories:

1. The  effective carbohydrates that our bodies can absorb. They are monosaccharides, disaccharides, polysaccharides, and the like.

2. The ineffective carbohydrates that our bodies can not digest, such as cellulose.

Carbohydrates are the main source of energy for most cells in the body. They provide energy for the brain, nervous system and muscles. The main carbohydrate used in the body is glucose. The glucose in the blood is called blood sugar. There are also muscle sugar, liver sugar.

Carbohydrate - Ⅰ

Carbohydrates are also important for the liver. There are three main types of liver nutrition: glucose, amino acids, and inosine. The liver is not only the largest digestive organ in the human body, but also an important detoxification organ in the human body. The right amount of carbohydrates not only helps the liver to repair, but also prevents and protects against alcoholic liver cell damage.

Moreover, the right amount of carbohydrates, also helps repair and regeneration of muscle tissue. 

So, is the more carbohydrates the better? The answer is obviously no. In the next article, we will reveal it for you.

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