Doctor insights on:
Does Alcohol Turn To Sugar In The Body
Gluconeogenesis: Gluconeogenesis is the process of making glucose from other fuels, and your body can do this from protein and fat. Mainly the liver does this. However, it is virtually impossible to eat a diet with "no carbs". Very low carb diets cause excessive ketosis, which causes a lot of symptoms. ...Read more
Does honey have the same effects on the body as sugar does? I know when you eat sugar, fructose to overloads the liver & results in fat storage.
Enjoy a little honey: and fruit, but in moderation. They are a close second to table sugar and that's the one that really needs to be avoided. Also, studies show that diet soda can actually make us gain weight. Use Stevia as a sweetener and avoid chemical sweeteners. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Adipose: Triglycerides in adipose cells are hydrolised by enzymes to release glycerol and fatty acids. ...Read more
Information: There are complicated biochemical reactions that take place in the liver. ...Read more
No: If you fast for a long time (12-24 hours) your body will start to break down fat and ketones will appear in your urine but this does not lead to ketoacidosis as long as you still produce some insulin. When you have type 1 diabetes and cannot make your own insulin, stopping your insulin injections will in a day or two lead to ketoacidosis with vomiting and dehydration ...Read more
What is the mechanism that the body uses to create fat cells in adults? And how does the body choose where to produce/store fat?
Physiology: You are asking us a question that would take a whole textbook to answer. This forum is not designed to teach you science or provide you with a whole textbook lesson on physiology. We are happy to answer specific question about specific symptoms or problems. But you are asking something that we cannot answer specifically in only 400 characters. ...Read more
Does it mean to eliminate the toxins that are stored in your body from the fatty and processed foods you eat?
No one knows: "toxins" is a word that is overused. Pesticides, mercury, lead, antibiotics, etc can all be taken in in the diet and are difficult to remove. Best to not take them in. Then there are the imaginary toxins that companies scare you with so you will buy their expensive detox product -- these are fake. Dont buy it! eat healthy, stay hydrated. Avoid constipation and your body will do the rest. ...Read more
Will putting a sugary food in my mouth alone cause blood glucose levels to rise or does this process begin during/after digestion?
Got to swallow: There's very little absorption through your oral mucosa. This is a good question, thanks for asking. ...Read more
Pancreas: Probably pancreas. This organ contains a large number of enzymes that are specifically designed to digest proteins, fats and carbohydrates. That is precisely what we are made of. Injuring the pancreas may releases all these evil humours into the local area. This can wreak havoc in your abdomen... ...Read more
Workout: You do not store galactose in your body. You can store glucose, and it gets stored as glycogen, a form of starch. Galactose is a simple sugar, like glucose, and when combined with glucose, forms lactose, the sugar in milk. When you drink milk, it is broken down into those two sugars, and galactose is converted to glucose as well. ...Read more
This is complicated: Very low potassium can injury any cell in the body (less than 2-ish) low potassium is happening for a reason - for most people it is a problem that the kidney is excreting the potassium out of the body - many times it is caused by a medicine that makes your kidneys excrete the potassium. There are potassium sparing diuretics that help you retain potassium but needs to be prescribed and monitored. ...Read more
The pancreas: Produces glucagon which stimulates the liver to release glucose into the circulation. There are numerous other mechanisms, but this is the most important. Your body is very sophisticated and has many mechanisms to keep it normal during fasting -- otherwise you wouldn't be able to sleep at night without expiring. ...Read more
?: Increase blood levels of what? What do you have that is in small amount? ...Read more
If we do weight training, does the body body burn the extra fats and use it as energy for the muscles?
Kind of....: Not while you are working out. Adding lean muscle will increase you metabolism. In fact, for every pound of lean muscle you gain, you burn 69 extra kcal per day. Unless you are working out extremely hard (using all your stored sugar) or in the morning before eating, you won't really utilize fat for energy (you'll use protein first). ...Read more
Lack of blood?: Yes, lack of blood in the body is so dangerous that depending on degree, it can lead to death. Hoping you're eating a healthy diet so that your body makes all the blood cells you need -- and keeps them well supplied with iron. Healthy diets include plenty of vegetables, fruits, lean proteins (can be from plant sources if vegetarian), monounsaturated and omega-3 fats, ; complex carbohydrates. ...Read more
Brwon sugar increase fat in the body or not???How much quantity should a person take of the brown sugar everyday.
Is it possible to drink a certain amount of water to completely detox/replace all the sugar in a can of soda from your body?
Water only dilutes: no matter how much water you drink you can not erase the can of soda. You can dilute the soda but not replace sugar. Our bodies are built to survive starvation so the sugar or calories you take in are generally well absorbed even when pretty dilute. Also - the cure maybe worse - drinking too much water too quickly can lead to coma or death. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
- Talk to a doctor live online for free
- Do corn chips turn to sugar in the body?
- Does the caffeine in coffee all turn to sugar?
- Does whole grain bread turn into sugar?
- Ask a doctor a question free online
- How does an alcohol habit turn into a disease?
- Does alcohol cause yur tongue to turn white?
- Does alcohol make penis turn red and dry?
- Does the body convert pasta to sugar?
- Does sugar turn into fat?