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What happens to approximately 60% of the energy released during the complete oxidation of glucose?

A) It is used to synthesize more ATP.
B) It is reused to supply the energy for anabolic reactions.
C) It is stored in the body as fat.
D) It is lost by the body in the form of heat

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    What happens to approximately 60% of the energy released during the complete oxidation of glucose?
    ~ It is lost by the body in the form of heat.

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