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If a person's diet does not provide enough carbohydrates, how will the body meet its need for energy?

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Dr. Martin Fried
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In brief: Fat breakdown

The body will breakdown fat for energy.
Its makes ketones such as acetoacetic acid and butyric acid. It is not the best way to run the body, since the body runs best on glucose from carbohydrates and starch stored in the muscles and organs.

In brief: Fat breakdown

The body will breakdown fat for energy.
Its makes ketones such as acetoacetic acid and butyric acid. It is not the best way to run the body, since the body runs best on glucose from carbohydrates and starch stored in the muscles and organs.
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