Glycogen is a polymer composed of several repeated glucose units. It is synthesized in the liver and muscle tissue of animals, including humans, and is designed for the easy conversion to glucose on an as-needed basis. It is used to keep blood sugar levels at a constant and safe level. Overall it takes about three hours for the liver to have used all of its glycogen stores and converted them into glucose

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