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No. Alcohol can only be broken down to CO2 and water. Where alcohol enters the metabolic pathways it can not be synthesized back to carbohydrate or fat. Alcohol can affect blood sugar level in secondary ways.
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Not inside the body, except for an extremely rare condition that has only been reported a couple of times. Sugar and water will ferment into alcohol if yeast is present,… if the temperature is at "normal" levels.
yES!! I took a pre-diabetic prevention class and they taught us that the carbohydrates in the milk turns into sugar in our body.
If you read the article in related links, you'll discover that alcohol doesn't turn into sugar in your body. It turns into something else. Read the article and find out what. …In fact, alcohol is usually created by the metabolism of sugar. That is to say, you get alcohol from sugar, not sugar from alcohol.
Not even close. Serious question? If so, the answer is unequivocally NO.
sugar is brought through the blood to cells. the cells have organells called lysomes that use a process called chemosynthesis to convert the suger into energy.
No, salt is sodium chloride while sugar is a complex organic molecule made of carbons, hydrogens and oxygens. It is chemically impossible for salt to turn into sugar.
Unused Sugar/Energy (glucose) is stored in fat cells, which are burnt off when the energy within them is needed.
Any food that has sugars, carbohydrates, or any other form of energy. Just about all the food you eat.
Yes, Rice is made up of starch, a carbohydrate. The body breaks down carbohydrates into their base components SUGARS as part of the digestive process. The body then absorbs th…e sugars and uses them for energy. The only difference between brown and white rice is the presence of the husk on brown rice. This means it takes the body longer to digest than white rice.
as soon as it touches my lips
Sugar alcohol is a great low calorie alternative to real sugar. It's great for people with diabetes or people trying to cut their sugar consumption. Over consumption of sugar …alcohol can cause bloating.