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glycogen

gly·co·gen

/ˈglīkəjən/

Noun

When the body does not need glucose for energy, it converts it to a polysaccharide called glycogen, which it then stores in the muscles and liver for later use. Glycogen is easily converted back to glucose when needed for energy use.