A Financial Analogy; Carbohydrates

a: Glycogen ~
b: an special interest savings account

What: "Glycogen is like an special interest savings account, higher interest, a bit less accessible, but often these sorts of accounts are limited as to how much you can squirrel away in them, like the ISA accounts in the United Kingdom. If a family runs short of cash, and its current account balance is low, it will first draw down the balance in these special accounts."

Writer: Dr Hillary J Shaw
Where: Reference Link Has Evaporated
Date: May 8 2013 11:01 AM

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