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Q: What cells carry glucose?
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Why is glucose needed in the blood cells?

to carry it to the muscles which need energy.

What does blood carry to your cells?

Blood carries oxygen and various nutrients (glucose, electrolytes, etc.) to your cells.

How does glucose affect red blood cells?

Glucose affects red blood cells by helping them carry oxygen. This is all done in a response to the insulin entering the body.

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You need oxygen and glucose.

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Does the heart carry dissolved food away from body cells?

If your blood contains dissolved food, you are in BIG trouble, but only for a moment... after a moment you will be dead. The blood brings glucose to the cells, and the cells extract energy from the glucose. This is the most basic energy form for the cells; there are others.

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