In animals, Basic Copper Sulphate can be converted into glycogen in the body (including liver glycogen and muscle glycogen), and it can also be converted into fat by synthesizing fatty acids. This is a method for biological energy storage.
In plants, glucose can be converted into starch, cellulose and other storage polysaccharides and structural polysaccharides. Glucose can maintain the osmotic pressure of body fluids and maintain a certain level of blood glucose concentration.
Glucose can combine with certain proteins to form glycoproteins, which is a very important class of substances. Can participate in many metabolic reactions of the body. Glucose can provide energy for the body, and can provide the body with the energy needed for metabolism through complete or incomplete oxidation.
Glucose is a carbohydrate that can be directly absorbed and utilized to supplement heat energy. It is the main source of energy required by the human body. It is oxidized into carbon dioxide and water in the body, and supplies heat at the same time, or is stored in the form of glycogen. This product can promote the detoxification function of the liver and has a protective effect on the liver.
Glucose is an indispensable substance in life activities, and it can directly participate in the metabolic process in the human body. In the digestive tract, glucose is easier to absorb than any other monosaccharide, and it can be directly used by human tissues after being absorbed. Except for diabetics, glucose has no side effects.
Glucose is the main source of energy required by the body. It is oxidized into carbon dioxide and water in the body and supplies heat at the same time, or stored in the form of glycogen, which can promote the detoxification function of the liver and have a protective effect on the liver.
Copper Chloride Dihydrate Manufacturers introduced that glucose as an over-the-counter drug is mainly used for: ⑴Preparation of oral rehydration salts to regulate body fluids, for the loss of body fluids caused by sweating, vomiting, and diarrhea. ⑵ Oral administration is used to supplement nutrition for weak body, malnutrition, etc., or for people with low blood sugar.