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What is Blood Sugar and Why is it Important?

Blood sugar refers to the concentration of glucose present in the bloodstream. Glucose, derived from the carbohydrates we consume, serves as the primary source of energy for our cells. The body carefully regulates blood sugar levels to ensure a steady supply of energy to organs like the brain, muscles, and other vital systems.