To be able to function optimally, the body needs energy. This need is there for the muscles, nerves, vital organs and all the systems we barely ever give cognizance to. Glucose circulating in the blood caters to this need and it is obvious that the maintenance of blood glucose levels is essential for the body to function at its best. The blood glucose is either derived from the food that we eat which is broken down and assimilated from the gut or produced by the liver through some complex biochemical pathways. Read more at

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