What Is Glucose?

Glucose means “sweet” in Greece.

To put it simply, it comes from your meal and generates energy. When it is in your blood, we call it blood glucose. If your blood glucose stays high for a long time, it may damage your kidneys, eyes, and other organs.

 

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