How can organic chemistry be used in everyday life?
And what happens to the sugar when it is metabolized? (Please note that we do not consider carbon dioxide to be an organic molecule.)
We take sugar for granted, yet it is a complex molecule, whose oxidation and metabolism is similarly complex, and enabled by enzymatic catalysis that is precisely tuned to the geometric (and handed) properties of glucose.
All of this falls under the ambit of organic chemistry. There are probably other examples, but I have yet to think of them.........if anyone can think of something apropos, they will add another answer.