Why is carbohydrates important to living organisms?


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Carbohydrates are important to living organisms because:

•It protects your muscles.

•It regulates the amount of sugar circulating in your body.

•It provides nutrients for friendly bacteria in intestinal tract that helps in digestion.

•It assist in body's absorption of calcium.

•It helps in lowering cholesterol level and regulate blood pressure

It is the main source of energy in a body.

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