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    nutritional restraint of hitting the “wall.” According to most physiological studies of endurance athletes, the nutritional guide to increasing potential energy in long distance runners is to intake more carbohydrates, moderate protein, and low fat. Because the body uses fats for energy at rest and carbohydrates for energy during moderate to intense activity, it is important for athletes to understand what source of foods to ingest for adequate nutrient intake. There is a need…

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    postprandial glucose level than high carbohydrate meal with the similar energy content. Also, the high protein meal could decrease the energy intake in ad libitum lunch meal and reduced the total daily energy intake greater than the high carbohydrate meal. The result of this present study showed that consumption of protein rich breakfast meals led to lower glucose IAUC response and reduced the subsequent energy intake in a 24-hour period compared to a high carbohydrate breakfast, but it did not…

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    Lucy also consume carbohydrates such as berries and oranges, (the process in which the food moves down from the mouth to the rectum is the same as above.) it is first digested mechanically by chewing. The digestion of carbohydrates begins in the mouth by salivary enzyme, amylase, the fruits starches are digested into maltose and disaccharide. As the food travels through the esophagus to the stomach, no significant digestion of carbohydrates takes place as the HCl in the stomach stops amylase…

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    What Is A Ketogenic Diet?

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    What is a Ketogenic Diet? The ketogenic diet is a low-carbohydrate, adequate protein, high-fat diet that is designed to change your metabolism, help you maintain a healthy weight, and greatly improve your health. Since glucose is the easiest molecule for your body to convert and use as energy, it is used as your body's primary source of energy. However, when you greatly lower your intake of carbohydrates and significantly increase your intake of fat, your body is put into a state known as…

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    Electrolytes, Carbohydrates, and Proteins. More than what we put them off to be, electrolytes are more than just what's in Gatorade. Carbohydrates are more than what you eat in food. Also Proteins are more than what builds muscle. Within this essay you will find out what all of this means and how important they are. Electrolytes are, “in chemistry and physics, substance that conducts electric current as a result of a dissociation into positively and negatively charged particles calledions,…

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    GPS is a solution developed to substitute sweat losses made of mixture of various molecules into an increasingly complex carbohydrate. In contrast, GES is a solution developed to substitute sweat losses comprising different portions of potassium, water, sodium, chloride, glucose, and other electrolytes. Glucose-electrolyte solutions work with glucose-polymer solutions to enhance…

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    there are four different groups of macromolecules that include, Nucleic Acids, Carbohydrates, Proteins, and Lipids. Carbohydrates are polymers made from monosaccharides, which are simple sugars like glucose and fructose, these are used as a good source of energy. Monosaccharides, the monomer of carbohydrates, are just one sugar unit, they are the simplest form of carbohydrates, but they make up another type of carbohydrates which are disaccharides. Disaccharides are made from two monosaccharides…

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    different types, some that the body requires in smaller amounts and some that the body will need to take in a greater amount of. The nutrients that are required in larger amounts are called macronutrients. The three macronutrients consist of; Carbohydrates, Lipids and Protein. 2. Discuss the four processes involved in nutritional assessment of an individual. Name the diet planning principles and discuss how each principle helps in diet planning. Step 1: Nutrition Assessment There are four…

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    macromolecules, namely proteins, nucleic acids, fats and membrane lipids and carbohydrates (which include monosaccharides and polysaccharides). (Alberts, Walter, Bray, Hopkin, Johnson, & Lewis, 2015) There are four smaller organic molecule families which are the primary components of macromolecules. These four molecules are the sugars, nucleotides, amino acids and fatty acids. The sugars link together to form carbohydrate molecules, fatty acids link together to form lipids and fats, amino acids…

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    they cover the four basic nutrients which are carbohydrates, proteins, vitamins, and water. There are two different groups of carbohydrates: simple and complex. “Simple carbohydrates are sugars. They are the quickest source of energy, as they are very rapidly digested,” describes the Physician 's Committee. Complex carbohydrates are the ones that we usually like to focus on as they give us fiber and health promoting benefits. Look for complex carbohydrates in fruits, vegetables, bread, pasta,…

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