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When almond bread breaks down in my body, do the carbohydrates turn into sugar?

I know that any grain based bread when breaking down in my body, will turn the carbohydrates into sugar in my body.

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closed as off-topic by JohnP, FredrikD, BackInShapeBuddy, Matt Chan Jun 19 '14 at 2:40

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This is off topic for the site, but all carbohydrates (Except for non digestible fiber) break down to sugar (glucose). – JohnP Jun 16 '14 at 14:34
Your right but I would say this is the most appropriate place out of all of the stack exchange sites. So almond flour would break down whatever carbohydrates it has into sugar? – Daniel Jun 16 '14 at 18:27
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Yes it breaks down according to the question I asked at

"Yes, in general. However, not all can be used right away and so the excess will be stored in adipose tissue."

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