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Does body heat burn sugar more than a flame?
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When your body breaks down sugar completely how much heat is released compared to burning the same amount of sugar in a flame?
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Carbon dioxide and water are produced along with the release of energy when you burn it in your body. Respiration releases the carbon dioxide and some of the water, but if it is outside the body, the same thing happens when you burn it with heat or a flame. You will see the smoke and what will be left will be carbon.
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What is the difference between flame and heat?
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