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How do humans store carbohydrates?

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Christina Poppiti

Glycogen is the storage form of carbohydrates in human body to meet rapid demand of glucose or energy. Adults store about 1/2 lb of glycogen in the liver which breaks it down during starvation to be completely depleted within 24 hours.

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How do humans store carbohydrates?

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