The answer is A your welcome buddy
-The body can store some of these fuels in a form that offers muscles an immediate source of energy. Carbohydrates, such as sugar and starch, for example, are readily broken down into glucose, the body's principal energy source. This is because carbohydrates take less energy to break bonds.
-Glucose can be used immediately as fuel, or can be sent to the liver and muscles and stored as glycogen. During exercise, muscle glycogen is converted back into glucose, which only the muscle fibers can use as fuel. The liver converts its glycogen back into glucose, too; however, it’s released directly into the bloodstream to maintain your blood sugar level.
Option A, Carbohydrates
Carbohydrates can be easily and quickly broken down into simple sugar such as glucose, fructose, and galactose which are used as a source of energy.
The unused carbohydrates are stored in the form of glycogen with in the muscle and liver and can be used in future based on requirement. Usually, energy from glycogen is used during intense exercises and workouts.
Hence, option A is correct
What is the following?
the correct answer is b