1064 words - 4 pagesFood is the basic necessity for human being to live. Food can be found in anywhere with variety of tastes, texture, colour and physical appearance. Vitamins are the negligible components of food that plays important role in human nutrition. Fatsoluble vitamin is one of the types of vitamins in the food. “Fat-solublevitamins are defined as “vitamins in the various food groups that related to their fat-solubility” (deMan, 1999, p.355).In general, fat-solublevitamins can be classified into four major categories: vitamin A, vitamin D, vitamin E and vitamin K (refer to Figure 1 in Appendix 1).
The first type of fat-soluble vitamin is vitamin A. Vitamin A is a group of unsaturated nutritionalVIEW DOCUMENT
646 words - 3 pagesvitamins are superior to one another.
There are two categories of vitamins needed in the human body. The
first are water-solublevitamins, like B and C. The second category is fat-
solublevitamins, such as vitamins A, D, E, and K. Water-solublevitamins are
absorbed by the intestine. Once the intestine absorbs them, the circulatory
system carries them to certain tissues.
Fat-solublevitamins are also absorbed by the intestine, and the lymph
system carries the vitamins to the various parts of the body. These vitamins
are responsible for maintaining the structure of the cell membranes.
Don t think that you can have as many vitamins as you want. If too many
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A glowing skin has good protective tissue, it is resistant to acne, the secretion
of sebum is optimal, the skin is not too dry or too oily, it is not too sensitive to damage by UV radiation, it is one that is healthy enough for a speedy cell regeneration to enable quick tissue growth and repair.
Fatsolublevitamins (A,D, E, and K) andwater-solublevitamins (different types of B complex vitamins) along with Vitamin C are important for healing acne. Minerals are also important for healing acne. Every bio-molecule of vitamin has a role in healing and maintaining the health and functioning of the skin.
A quick look in to fatsolublevitaminsand their rolesVIEW DOCUMENT
1608 words - 6 pages. Vitamin A is important to the growth and repair of body tissues and helps maintain a smooth, soft, and disease free skin. It also helps protect the mucus membranes of the mouth, nose, throat, and lungs which reduces the chance of infection. Another function is helping mucus membranes combat the effects of air pollutants. Vitamin A also protects the soft lining of all the digestive tract. Another function of vitamin A is to aid in the secretion of gastric juices. The B complex vitamins have many known sub-types, but they all are watersolublevitamins. The B vitamins can be cultivated fromVIEW DOCUMENT
1613 words - 6 pages, and activity. A good source of a recommendation is the RDA. The RDA makes it's recommendations based on studies of consumption of the given nutrient. On the recommendation it will usually specify what size diet the recommendation is based on, for example, a two thousand calorie per day diet. It is harmless to ingest excess of most vitamins. However, some vitamins are toxic in large amounts.Vitamin A is a fatsoluble vitamin which is only available in two forms. Pre-formed, which is found in animal tissue. The other is carotene, which can be converted into Vitamin A by animals . Carotene is foundVIEW DOCUMENT
654 words - 3 pages such things as one's health problems, living tendencies, age, sex, and race.
Where better to start than at the beginning of the alphabet, with vitamin A. It has many important functions in your body, such as maintaining the health of your skin and mucus linings, improving your immunity from infections, and helps eyesight when in dim light. Vitamin A can be derived from cheese, milk, oily fish, or eggs, and you should not ingest more than 1.5mg on a daily basis. Too much vitamin A can result in more easily fractured bones, and also harm the unborn baby of a pregnant woman.
Vitamin B6 is water-solubleand serves very imperative functions in your bodyVIEW DOCUMENT
2070 words - 8 pages that permit the body to function properly. Vitamins are found in a variety of foods. Thirteen different vitamins are essential for health. They are placed in one of two groups:Fat-solublevitamins dissolve in fat. The four fat-solublevitamins are D, K, A and E. These vitamins are not disposed of rapidly in the body and can quickly build up in the body. Too much of these vitamins may cause toxic reactions. For this reason, it is necessary to track the amount of fat-solublevitamins that we ingest.Watersolublevitamins dissolve in water. Vitamins B and C are watersoluble. Because these vitamins are excreted very rapidly from the body through the kidneys, they must be taken dailyVIEW DOCUMENT
1486 words - 6 pages that are participates in biochemical reactions and that build various molecules in the body; some vitamins are called coenzymes and activate specific enzymes. Vitamins can either be water or fatsoluble, andwatersolublevitamins dissolve in the body’s fluids while fatsolublevitamins are vitamins that become stored in the body if not used. Some examples of watersolublevitamins are vitamins: B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B7, B9, B12, and C. The B vitamins are most responsible for helping make energy and setting it free, as well as making Red Blood Cells. Vitamin C helps maintain tissue health and assists the immune system. The fatsolublevitamins are vitamins: A, D, E, and K. Vitamin A helpsVIEW DOCUMENT
1377 words - 6 pages they are the fat-solublevitamins, andwater-solublevitamins. Fat-solublevitamins are stored within the body, but water-solublevitamins are not stored in the body. The vitamins should not be consumed in large amount like minerals because it can also cause harm to your body as well.
The water is important because it is involved in every body function. The water also maintain the proper functions of the human body, making up for more than half of your body’s weight. Water helps by protecting the body systems of the body, and also by getting rid of the wastes in the body. You need to consume large amount of because you need to replace what your body loses by the everyday functions that youVIEW DOCUMENT
671 words - 3 pages disease), cognitive impairment, cataracts ( clouding of the eye lenses), Alzheimer's disease (loss of brain function; affects memory, thinking and behavior), macular degeneration (eye disease), mild cognitive impairment (MCI) and immune dysfunction ( malfunction of the immune system). Fiber are carbohydrates that your body can not digest or absorb. Fiber boosts immune system in your gut, feeds the good probiotic bacteria there, keeps the digestive lining healthy and absorbs and pulls out excess hormones, cholesterol, fatand toxins from the body. Fiber also helps you digest and keeps you full longer without many calories. There are two types of fiber; solubleand insoluble. Soluble fiberVIEW DOCUMENT
1321 words - 5 pages been. I should have eaten more vegetables with both lunch and dinner in order to provide myself with more vitaminsand minerals. I should have had a small side salad consisting of dark leafy lettuce, carrots, and tomatoes with my lunch, and fresh cut broccoli with my dinner. Adding these two side dishes would have helped to add more vitaminsand minerals in that day's diet. The Heatlh Link (2008) stated, "Folate and folic acid are forms of a water-soluble B vitamin. Folate occurs naturally in food. Folic acid is the synthetic form of this vitamin that is found in supplements and fortified foods," (paraVIEW DOCUMENT
557 words - 2 pages literary quick served dishes, so people can just buy it. Therefore, fast meals are convenient to those people who work.People who consume fast meals frequently lack proper nutrition; such as vitamins. The lack of nutrients in fast food is well known to the world. Vitamins carry various fat-soluble nutrients or water that gives nutritious growth and activates the bodies' metabolic processes. If fast foods do not contain certain types of vitamins then fast meals are not as good as anything else. Of course certain fast meals do have adequate amounts of proteins and some vitamins; however, fast foods are relatively high in fats, and are missing some essential vitamins or nutrition.VIEW DOCUMENT
1641 words - 7 pages vitamin supplements that they don’t even need, hoping that it would act like a barrier against some of the major chronic diseases.
Vitamins are organic and non-caloric micro-nutrients that are essential to life. They are broken down into two major classifications: Fat-solublevitamins (A, D, E, and K) andWater-solublevitamins (C, B). Vitamins are co-enzymes, which mean that they help transform substances in your body. Even though vitamins are important, you only need small amounts in your diet to run efficiently. Vitamins are especially important for the very young, because they grow the most at that time in their lives. Without vitamins they would not be able to grow andVIEW DOCUMENT
1638 words - 7 pages protein sources.
FatFat makes food palatable dogs and helps them feel full after a meal. In addition, dogs need fat for coat health, brain function, reproduction, kidney function, absorption of fatsolublevitaminsand other important bodily functions. Because of the popularity of low fat diets for humans, many dog owners wrongly believe that they need to eliminate fat from their dogs’ diets. This, however, is not the case. Dogs unnecessarily fed very low fat diets can develop itchy, flaky skin, become lethargic and dull and have digestive problems.
Unlike humans, dogs do not usually develop heart disease or other vascular diseases from excess fat intake, but too much fat isVIEW DOCUMENT
1212 words - 5 pages energy, supply physical protection and insulation for tissues and form important portions of cell membrane structure. Fats also aid in the absorption of the fat-solublevitamins (vitamins A, D, E, and K) from the intestine. Milk, butter, meat, and oils are important sources of fat.VITAMINS, MINERALS, ANDWATER:To keep the body functioning properly it is necessary to have, in addition to the basic foods, a sufficient intake of accessory substances such as vitamins, minerals (see mineral, dietary ), and enough water to carry nutrients to the tissues and waste products away from them. A minimum of about 2 liters ofVIEW DOCUMENT
1312 words - 5 pages that are required for general health and given a bad rap because of their associations with unhealthy foods and cardiovascular issues.
Healthy fats such as monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats are need in the synthesis of vitamin D and other fat-solublevitamins. Monounsaturated fats easily sourced from food such as nuts, avocados, and olives. Polyunsaturated fat are primarily in fish and other seafood. The evil twins called, trans-fatand saturated fat on the other hand are the ones with the true bad rap for their influence toward heart disease.
Vitamins on the other hand have no such ugly twin and considered a component of nutrition because of they are so essential to our healthVIEW DOCUMENT
1751 words - 7 pages1. Lipids
A lipid is a group of naturally occurring molecules. That group includes fats, waxes, steroids, fat-solublevitamins (A, D, E, and K) phospholipids, etc. They are broadly defined as hydrophobic or amphiphilic small molecules. The amphiphilic molecules form structures such as vesicles, liposomes, and membranes in an aqueous environment.They are insoluble in water, yet soluble in alcohol. (Human Biology)
Lipids contain carbon, hydrogen and oxygen but they have far less oxygen than carbohydrates. They have high melting points. (Human Biology) The saturated acids have a higher melting point than unsaturated acids. Lipids can be extracted from plants and animals using solvents such asVIEW DOCUMENT
1444 words - 6 pagesDeficiencies of vitamins are associated with psychiatric illnesses either by being the primary cause or an exacerbating factor. Psychiatric symptoms could also lead to poor nutrition. Vitamin deficiencies may play a role in compromising patient recovery.
Vitamins are organic substances essential for several enzymatic functions.
There are 13 known vitamins which are either fatsoluble (4 vitamins i.e. KEDA) or watersoluble (9 vitamins i.e. C, & the B group).
Regarding brain function, B vitamins are essential in the maintenance of myelin, neuro-transmitter production, and methylation cycle. Fat-solublevitamins are necessary in inflammatory regulation, regeneration of antioxidants andVIEW DOCUMENT
1291 words - 5 pages whole milk, containing 66 calories per 100mls the semi-skimmed has 47 calories, and skimmed has 33 calories. In comparison, the lower fat milks are also lower in vitamins A,D and E. The B vitamins, including thiamine, riboflavin, nicotinic acid, B6, folic acid, pantothenic acid, and B12, are the same amount in all 3 types. Vitamin C is the same in all three types as well. The B vitaminsand Vitamin C are all watersoluble so they are not effected by fat being removed. As well as those, the minerals iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, selenium, and zinc are all about the same too. Interestingly enough, the mineral calcium is slightly higher in the lower fat milks. Whole milk containsVIEW DOCUMENT
3697 words - 15 pages assist in the processes and functions of the body. Vitamins are organic compounds that cannot be made by the body. They are found in various sources of proteins, carbohydrates, and fats. Currently there are thirteen vitamins. Four are fatsoluble. Nine are watersoluble. The four fatsolublevitamins are A, D, E, and K. The nine watersolublevitamins are Vitamin C and the Vitamin B family, which are: Thiamin, Riboflavin, Niacin, Vitamin B6, Pantothenic Acid, Biotin, Folate, and Vitamin B12. Vitamins are multifunctional but one vitamin cannot be used in the place of another vitamin. They function best in their proper proportions, often coordinating and acting as coenzymes in cellularVIEW DOCUMENT
1246 words - 5 pages vessels healthy. Vitamin C can be found in citrus
fruits and juices, green vegetables, potatoes, frozen peas and
tomatoes. Vitamin D works with calcium to help prevent bones from
thinning. Good sources of vitamin D include oily fish (herrings,
mackerel, tinned sardines and pilchards) egg yolks, some margarine and
fortified breakfast cereals. Vitamin E is a fat-soluble nutrient. It
reduces the risk of health problems from cancer to heart disease.
Vitamin E also plays a crucial role in promoting overall health and
immunity by protecting cell membranes. Vitamin E may be found in green
leafy vegetables, wheat germ (bread and cereals), nuts, egg yolks and
WaterWater is the most essential nutrient because humans can last weeks
without food but only 4-5 days without water. Two thirds of our body
weight is water. Water helps to regulate the body temperature. It also
helps the body to digest food once eaten. You should aim to drink two
litres of water everyday.
1607 words - 6 pages B1 and is in the group of watersolublevitamins. Thiamine is used in the body to break down foods into usable energy for the body and is also important in the maintenance of the immune system.
Soybean meal is the byproduct of grinding what material is left after the oil in the soybeans has been extracted for oil production. It makes for a good protein rich, highly digestible feedstuff for animals. It is used as a protein and carbohydrate source when developing rations for animals. Since most of the oil or fat is removed for oil production, soybean meal is fat-free.
Poultry By-Product Meal
Poultry by-product meal is made up of parts of the animal that areVIEW DOCUMENT
2182 words - 9 pagesand bruising. Those are to name the effects of low fat-soluble vitamin. The water-solublevitamins effect the body in yet another way. Vitamin C, labels by many as the "health vitamin", is an antioxidant, meaning that it is used to repair the body of damage from free oxygen radicals. Low levels therefore, let damaged tissue to go unrepaired. Other common problems are an inability to form the intercellular "cement", joint pains, bone growth problems, increased susceptibility to infection, and further weight loss.As the vitamin level dwindles, the body becomes less able to properly digest food into energy. Carbohydrate, lipids, and proteins that due come into the body, can't be brokenVIEW DOCUMENT
715 words - 3 pagesand is recovered. The soap is further treated or 'fitted' with sodium hydroxide solution, sodium chloride solution, or water to bring it to the desired smooth consistency. The resulting molten soap is then pumped off and left to solidify. Perfume and colouring are added to make the soap more appealing. Soap made from animal fat (sheep and cattle) must be used with hot water because it is only slightly soluble in cold water. Soap made from vegetable oils (coconut and palm kernel) can be used in cold or warm water. The cleaning action is identical to that of detergents, but soaps are less effective in hard water. Metallic soaps (salts of calcium, magnesium, lithium, copper, and zinc) are used in greases and lubricating oils.Soaps and Detergents both have certain aspects that make the other look inferior. Detergents have their pros and con's as do soaps. But one thing is for sure and that is that without these cleaning products the world's standard of living would not be as high as high as it is now.VIEW DOCUMENT
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Lipids: III. Lipids (fat) Test
Two clean test tubes were marked “A” and “B”. Approx. 2 cm (in height) of distilled water was added to both test tubes. Eight to ten drops of vegetable oil was added, to tube “B”. Three to four drops of Fat Testing Solution (a dye insoluble in water, but soluble in lipids) was added to both tubes. A finger was placed over the top of the tubes and shaken thoroughly. It was allow to stand.
Proteins: IV. Proteins Test
Two clean test tubes were marked “A” and “B”. Approx. 1.5 cm (in height) of distilled water was added to both tubes. Ten drops of Protein Solution was added to tube “B”. It was shaken gently to mix. Fifteen to eighteen drops of ProteinVIEW DOCUMENT
2239 words - 9 pages carbons and 6 waters). Carbohydrates can be broken up into two groups, simple and complex. Simple carbohydrates (mono- & disaccharides) consist of one or two sugars, while complex carbohydrates (polysaccharides) consist of more.
What are Fats? Fats are a type of lipid that dissolves in alcohol and other organic solvents but doesn’t dissolve in water. (Fat Basics, 2012) Triglycerides are the major storage form of fat in the body. They consist of a molecule known as glycerol that is connected to one, two, or three fatty acids. Made up of a three-carbon chain that connects the fatty acids together, Glycerol is soluble (water-friendly) and is the basis of all fats. A fatty acid is insoluble (waterVIEW DOCUMENT
1038 words - 4 pages from the liver to the gallbladder. Distal to the cystic duct is the bile duct which transports bile from the gallbladder to the duodenum. The bile can flow in either direction because there are no valves controlling which direction the bile goes.
The liver detoxifies the blood by transforming the fat-soluble toxins into a water- soluble form which helps the kidneys in eliminating them in urine, the toxins can also go into bile to be eliminated by the colon. Toxins that are not eliminated return to the bloodstream and are eventually stored in fatty tissues where they do not pose as an urgent threat. The liver has an ability to recover from injury and regenerate new tissue. This is especiallyVIEW DOCUMENT
2925 words - 12 pages maintain body activities and are important in keeping water inside cells. Electrolytes allow water to move between different parts of the body.Consuming essential nutrients is vital in having a healthy lifestyle. Essential nutrients would be the nutrients that your body needs, but can not make them on its own. The essential nutrients are proteins, carbohydrates, fats and oils, minerals, fat-solublevitamins, water-solublevitamins, andwater. Protein is important in tissue repair, growth of nails and hair, balances fluids, immune system, providing energy, produces enzymes, and forming glucose. Protein is lost every day and the RDA recommends having 0.8 grams per kilograms of your bodyVIEW DOCUMENT
2664 words - 11 pages obtained from the diet. Amino acids are
used inside cells for growth, repair, formation of enzymes, membranes
and some formation of hormones. Proteins are also, sometimes a source
Lipids are used for long-term stores of energy and to make cell
membranes. They protect delicate organs with a cushion of fat
surrounding the fragile tissue and act as heat insulators.
Minerals andvitamins keep all systems running properly. Minerals are
all soluble in waterand have many uses. Deficiencies lead to anaemia,
slowing down of metabolic rate which causing tiredness and lack of
energy, weak bones, poor blood clotting, tooth decay, and in the youngVIEW DOCUMENT
574 words - 2 pages Circulation:
~ High blood pressure
~ High fat levels in blood
~ Disease of the coronary arteries
~ Damage to the heart muscle
Brain and Nervous System:
~ Nerve damage
Most alcoholics get 50% of calorie intake from alcohol
~ Anemia (due to iron and folic acid deficiency_
~ Skin Damage
~ Diarrhea Due to Vitamin B Deficiencies
~Loss of vitamin B1causes memory loss and abnormal co-ordination
~Thiamin and folate deficiencies can cause neurologic disorders
Even moderate levels of alcohol are said to be a poison!!
~Alcohol is a complex drug it is both waterandfatsoluble which means it affects all theVIEW DOCUMENT
2052 words - 8 pages pregnancy, it is important to have folate and folic acid for the production and maintenance of new cells. Folate and folic acid are forms of water-soluble B vitamins that help protect against a number of congenital malformations including neural tube defects and reduce the risk of some serious birth defects such as spina difida, malformations of the spine, and brain anencephaly, malformations of the skull. Because of the involvement of folate in the synthesis, repair, and functioning of DNA, the building blocks of cells, it helps prevent changes to DNA that may lead to cancer. Infants and children who lack folate will experience slow growth rate. Pregnant women lacks folate may likely to giveVIEW DOCUMENT
2733 words - 11 pages almost all foods
and an excellent source of energy food. If consumed before and
after a workout, the workout will be more effective. According to
The balance of good health sheet, a person should consume 6-14
measures of carbohydrates per day.
Sources include: bread, beans, pasta, rice, dried fruit etc.
* 25%FATS- Function of fats are:
i) Production of and storage of energy in the body
ii) Supports organs in the body eg. Kidneys and eyes.
iii) Transports fatsolublevitamins (A,D,E,K)
iv) Forms part of the nervous sheath and sebum in the sebaceous gland.
v) Used in the formation of cholesterol and steroid hormonesVIEW DOCUMENT
1862 words - 7 pages one or more amino acids. When they are digested, they produce free amino acids and ammonia.Vitamins are a vital part of our food that are absorbed through the small intestine. There are two different types of vitamins, water-soluble (All the B vitamins, and vitamin C) andfat-soluble (vitamins A, D and K).Neutral fats, or triglycerides, are the principal form of dietary fat. They are simple compounds, and within digestion are broken down into glycerol and fatty acids, their component parts.IngestionIntake of food in the Paramecium is controlled by the needs of the cell. When food is sensed, the organism guides itself towards the food, and guidesVIEW DOCUMENT
1354 words - 5 pages significant higher than the desirable 200. Even considering other influences such as smoking, patients with lower cholesterol were found more likely to die than those with higher amounts.
Cholesterol is categorized as a sterol, which is an organic molecule derived from animals. It is considered a lipid, a category that includes fats, waxes andfat-solublevitamins. It is mostly produced in the liver and nearly every cell in the body. (Colpo 12) Cholesterol is vital for producing sex hormones including estrogen and testosterone among other hormones such as cortisol, which balances stress in the body. Cortisol also regulates sleep patterns, and keeps the immune system workingVIEW DOCUMENT
1393 words - 6 pages fatty acid tails.Saturated fats are linked to heart disease and cancer. However, the body needs fat to function. Phospholipids make up cellular membranes, adipose tissue provides for insulation and organ cushioning. However, many nutritionists endorse a low fat diet, especially saturated fat, because there is high correlation between a high saturated fat diet and numerous diseases. Fat is not all bad, it is also stored for energy. A person's body will stow away energy for later use. A person must burn off the calories they eat in order to prevent over storing of energy, also known as obesity. Certain vitamins are fat-soluble only and if we had no fat, then we would beVIEW DOCUMENT
2496 words - 10 pages low levels of plasma insulin throughout the day was key in preventing ER in horses with predisposing conditions8.
Best results in horses with PSSM and RER have been found during a mixture of high fatand high fiber diet10. Further research has demonstrated that 15% or less of the energy requirements should come from soluble carbohydrates in horses prone to ER. This method of feeding allows for a slowed glycemic response as the fiber andfat will slow the digestion of any soluble carbohydrate found in forages. The fat supplementation provides additional energy requirements as well as essential fatty acids that are key in energy metabolism. Ensuring that hay being fed is good quality andVIEW DOCUMENT
707 words - 3 pages mentioned so far are treated with high doses of vitamin E along with a supplementation of dietary fat plus other fat-solublevitamins. A third and last genetic cause of hypolipidemia is chylomicron retention disease, which is a very rare autosomal recessive condition wherein the mutation is still unknown that leads to deficient apo B secretion. This condition is treated with supplementation of fatandfat-solublevitamins.
The secondary causes of hypolipidemia are more common compared to its genetic forms that are significantly rare, but are still potentially severe. Moreover, the treatment of hypolipidemia is fixated on its root causes instead of itself alone. One secondary factor isVIEW DOCUMENT
817 words - 3 pages in, and it is necessary for me because I am an athlete. It is an electrolyte, and along with sodium it helps to regulate water balance in the body. It also helps with muscle contraction and nerve transmission. Fresh, whole foods are always high in potassium, but a great source of the mineral is bananas. I will start packing a banana in my dance bag everyday so that I will maintain a healthy amount of potassium in my diet. I will also start eating snacks made of whole fruits and vegetables so that I can enjoy the nutrients at their peak.
In conclusion, there are a few things that I need to change in my diet in order to become a healthier person. Firstly, I need to consume more calories. Secondly, I need to eat less saturated fatand more of the good fats. Finally, I must eat more foods that are rich in vitaminsand minerals.
2014 words - 8 pages called a hydrogen bond and is the strongest of intermolecular forces and a lot of these bonds form in liquid water, If these bonds did not exist, its boiling point would be in the region of -120oC, rather than the actual value of 100oC. Water is also very good at ionising substances due to its structure, and is therefore a good solvent.Many different polar substances dissolve in water because of its polarity. Ions such as sodium, potassium, and chloride can dissolve in it as well as sugars, amino acids, oxygen, carbon dioxide andwater-solublevitamins (B-complex and C). However, it does not dissolve non-polarVIEW DOCUMENT
555 words - 2 pages. Fiber can decrease the amount of fat absorbed by your body and can also help keep you "regular" in your waste products. Good sources of fiber include fruits, vegetables, and whole grains. Some fiber, soluble fiber, such as in apples and bananas, can actually lower heart disease risk. Other fiber, insoluble, can decrease colon-cancer risk. Both types of fiber are necessary for optimal health. A necessary part of every person's diet is calcium. While dairy is probably the best source for this, there are calcium-fortified juices as well. Women tend to need 1,200 to 1,300 milligrams of calcium eachVIEW DOCUMENT
654 words - 3 pages very healthy for the human body. Milk is mostly composed of water, which is also very healthy for the human body. The human body needs all of these nutrients to function properly. Milk contains vitamins A, B1, B2, B5, B6, B12 and vitamin C. Vitamin B1 and niacin help the body produce energy in its cells, among other things. Vitamin B6 helps the body fight illness and infection, while B12 is used to develop red blood cells. Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) helps the mitochondria (fat-burning furnaces) of muscle cells to produce energy. B5 makes brain neurotransmitters and natural body steroid hormones. The right amount of B Vitamins inVIEW DOCUMENT
2277 words - 9 pages concerning the nutrition:Maybe of a great importance is people to realize that the eating of vegetables and fruits each day is the key to a diet full of vitaminsand minerals which are contained in them, without at least 400mg per day our body could not digest successfully and easily all of the rest meals we have consumed! And do not think that the more fruits or vegetables you eat the more calories you get! - Most of them are mainly composed of waterand do not make you fat! And remember: the fresher the fruits and vegetables are the better!The next preferable foods are pasta, bread, rice, grains, potatoes. It is better if half of the food consumed during the day is on theVIEW DOCUMENT
735 words - 3 pages down by certain types of bacteria in the colon that produces energy and gas. This is also beneficial in lowering cholesterol level. Insoluble fiber is more difficult to break down by the colonic bacteria but it holds more water than the soluble fiber. This type of fiber helps in speeding up digestion. Some types of fiber include fruits, vegetables, oats, barley, wheat, and rice. It is best to include lots of fiber in your daily diet since it can lower the risk of diarrhea and colon cancer among many others.
Proteins are used by the body in building and repairing cells. Protein digestion is the process of breaking down dietary protein into amino acids that is made available to cellsVIEW DOCUMENT
791 words - 3 pages margarine for cooking or baking, which contains a high proportion of animal fat. Secondly, the "Traditional" margarines use for spreading on toast, which contain a relatively high percentage of saturated fats and are made from either animal or vegetable oils. Lastly, the margarines high in mono- or poly-unsaturated fats, which are made from safflower, sunflower, soybean, cottonseed, or olive oil, and which are said to be healthier than butter or other types of margarine. If margarine is said to be an emulsion, aren't it suppose to appear as two separate layers instead? However, here comes the magic of chemistry which I have just discovered as well! The oils and the water in margarine are in factVIEW DOCUMENT
2352 words - 9 pages, whereas Cr (VI) is of anthropogenic origin. This is as a result of the dissolution of chromite and the subsequent oxidation of Cr (III) to aqueous Cr (VI) in the presence of the common manganese mineral, birnessite (Oze et al., 2007). Cr (VI) usually associates with oxygen to form the oxyanions chromate (CrO42-) and dichromate (Cr2O7 2- ). Cr (VI) compounds are highly solubleand therefore mobile within aquatic systems, whereas derivatives of Cr(III) in the forms of hydroxides, oxides and sulphates, are water insoluble and exist mostly bound to organic matter in soils and aquatic systems(Cervantes,C et al.,2001; Zayed & Terry, 2003).
Chromium differs widely in physicochemicalVIEW DOCUMENT
1208 words - 5 pages percent of your diet.
Carbohydrates are the body’s number one source of energy. As with protein, the amount of carbohydrates that a person should consume each day depends on the amount of physical activity that he or she gets. Carbohydrates should make up about 45-65 percent of the food you eat each day. Lipids (or fats) serve many purposes in the human body such as stored energy, insulation, a shock absorber for organs and carry fat-solublevitamins. Some fats are healthy and some fats are very unhealthy, which is why it is important to teach what foods contain the healthy fats (such as unsaturated fats) and which foods contain the unhealthy fats (such as saturated fats). It is obvious thatVIEW DOCUMENT
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Coffee has a lot of caffeine, which is a fatsoluble chemical that can easily pass through the bloodstream to brain tissue. Neurotransmitters control the brain’s activity and they either stimulate them or quiet them. The caffeine in coffee attach themselves to quite neurotransmitters called adenosine. The caffeine blocks the effects of the adenosine and doubles the amount of epinephrine. Epinephrine is the “fight or flight” hormone and that causes more alertness and awareness.
Coffee isn’t a energy generating substance. Because your metabolism cannot break down the caffeine to supply your cells with energy, this makes it a mental energy source. A mental energy and a metabolic energy areVIEW DOCUMENT
1849 words - 7 pages liver then travels to the gallbladder through a channel called the cystic duct” (Venkat Mohan). Bile acid assists in absorbing of fats andfat-solublevitamins. Food then passes into the large intestine.
Every organism must rid itself of unneeded substances, its waste products. The removal of waste by living things is an important and critical process. Waste removal keeps the inside of an organism clean and able to have space for continued ingestion of new materials. Wastes produced by humans are of three basic types: gaseous waste: carbon dioxide from cellular respiration; liquid waste: urine, produced by the kidneys and containing nitrogenous materials, and solid waste: fecesVIEW DOCUMENT
545 words - 2 pagesConclusion:The graph shows a inverse proportional relationship between the time and the number of drops required to decolourise the DCPIP solution: the longer the cabbage is boiled, the less drops are needed. The graph shows the effect that cooking hat on food: because of the boiling, vitamins are lost. The loss of vitamins is due to the fact that when heated, the cell membranes burst, releasing the ascorbic acid. Vitamin C, the most reactive reducing agent known to occur naturally in living tissues, is an essential nutrient for humans. It is watersolubleand is found in manyVIEW DOCUMENT
2369 words - 9 pages almost all of the lipid contained in the egg in the form of cholesterol, monounsaturated (44%), polyunsaturated (11%) and saturated (29%) fatty acids and the phospholipid lecithin. The yolk also contains half of the egg's protein andvitamins D, A and E. The fat was detected in the Sudan III test as tiny red globules floated on top of a pink solution. This is because Sudan III combined preferentially to fat which had broken out of the yolk and floated to the surface of the water during heating The egg white formed a cloudy pink solution after the addition of Sudan III dye as it has an extremely low fat content and on heating in theVIEW DOCUMENT