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Why Carbohydrates Don't Make You Fat?
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1. Getting fatter The extra fat doesn't come from eating carbohydrates. but from how we get the overall energy Whether it's from carbohydrates, proteins or fats, more than we use for energy each day.

2. Eating Carbohydrates Doesn't Make You Fat Instantly Our body will digest the starch and sugar we eat into "glucose". In normal people, our blood has about 5 grams of glucose, more than this. The body secretes a hormone called "insulin" that carries these glucose. To be stored in the form of "glycogen" in the liver and muscles. In a person weighing 70 kg, approximately 80-100 grams of liver glycogen can be stored and 300-400 grams of muscle glycogen can be stored (if there is a lot of muscle mass. will store more glycogen)

3. We consume energy from carbohydrates throughout the day, whether it is to provide energy to the internal organs for our daily life and movement.

4. Recommendations for eating carbohydrates for the average person are 3-5 grams per kilogram of body weight per day, for example, a person weighing 60 kilograms will need approximately 180-300 grams of carbohydrates per day per day, depending on the amount. activity more or less

5. Carbohydrate intake recommendations for exercisers or athletes are generally 5-10 grams per kilogram of body weight per day. For example, a person weighing 70 kilograms will need approximately 350-700 grams of carbohydrates per day. depending on the model intensity and length of exercise

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