contain sugar, starch, and cellulose By: Terra Rogers
Immediate Energy- Carbohydrates provide cells with there immediate energy. When you consume carbs they are broken down into monosaccaharide units and absorbed into the bloodstream.
Digestive Regulation- Critaical to proper digestive tract function. Helps your gut move food along at a regular rate, which preveents constipation.
Body Temperature- Carbohydrates change to the fact if toom much are taken this helps us to keep us warm whe the surrondings are cold.
Hydration- Carbs help to keep your body hydrated and active.
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