Glucose is the kind of sugar that circulates in the blood.
For example, lactose (sugar found in milk), is a disaccharide (ie two linked sugar molecules) made up of one glucose molecule and one galactose molecule. Galactose is almost like glucose, but it will be changed into glucose in the liver and then released into the blood. All carbohydrates, including starches and grains, eventually get broken down and converted into glucose molecules, which are then released into the blood.
The sugar in your blood is glucose.
The most simple sugar, "glucose".
Glucose is the correct answer
Correct, glucose is a blood sugar.
Blood sugar (or what is more specifically known as blood glucose level).
Blood sugar is a measure of the glucose or amount of glucose present in a person's blood.
Blood sugar also known as blood glucose
Because glucose is a type of sugar !
Digested carbohydrates that have been converted into what is known as blood glucose or blood sugar. this sugar is then metablized(respiration) by insulin into the cells,