Glucofort Glucose that doesn’t enter body cells is taken to the liver where it is converted to glycogen. This is a form of stored sugar that is broken down to stabilize low Glucofort levels between meals and during the night. It is healthful for the body store of glycogen, but stress and hormone dysfunction deplete our ability to store glycogen and this can contribute to Glucofort im. Hyperglycemia – Hyperglycemia is another term for high Glucofort. It is normal to have a spike in Glucofort after a meal, but chronically high Glucofort causes severe health issues. Hypoglycemia – Hypoglycemia is low Glucofort. Glycogen, the sugar stored in the liver, is responsible for raising Glucofort in-between meals and should prevent hypoglycemia. Stress and hormonal ims, however, reduce the body’s ability to store glycogen.
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