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    Myp Personal Project

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    MYP Personal Project Essay- Chicken Enchilada Casserole Colton Thune Starting my project was somewhat difficult because I had a hard time choosing a topic. I knew I wanted to do something that expressed myself, but I did not know what to focus on. Eventually I came up with the idea to come up with a recipe and cook it. My favorite types of food are italian and mexican. I decided mexican, because there is more of a variety of options and types of foods. I started off with the base and core…

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    the common foods. The organic molecule that we use for this lab are monosaccharides of sugar, protein, starch, lipids, nucleic acids, and carbohydrates. Introduction Carbohydrates are the organic compounds that are organized as the ring structures and always compose the carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen atoms that represent by the structure of H2O. The carbohydrates are important of the basic molecules that involved in the structural in the energy metabolism. It is also performing the important…

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    1. What is the difference between a monosaccharide and a disaccharide? Provide examples of each. Ans. Monosaccharide is a monomer that only consists one sugar but disaccharide has two. 2. Why is a sugar considered an organic compound? Ans. Because a compound that contains carbon is organic and the compound that doesn’t contain carbon is inorganic. 3. What are the three elements found in all sugars? Ans. Hydrogen, oxygen and carbon. Lipids 4. What are the two main parts of a lipid? Ans. Fatty…

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    diabetics need to be aware of is the amount of carbohydrate intake in their diet. Carbohydrates are turned into glucose by the body; this in turn will cause the levels of sugar in the blood to rise (4). This does not mean that people affected with diabetes should not consume any carbohydrates. It is important to learn which carbohydrates have more health benefits and supply the vitamins and nutrients that are necessary for a healthy diet. There are carbohydrates that include fiber, which is also…

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    for individuals with type 2 diabetes. Low-glycemic index foods are associated with improvement of several measures of carbohydrate metabolism and cardiovascular risk factors in type 2 diabetes. According to Rizkalla et al., (2004), insulinemic responses to different foods may vary despite equal amounts of total carbohydrates. This favors the use of low-glycemic index carbohydrates. After about four weeks of using a low-glycemic index diet, you will improve glycemic control, glucose utilization,…

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    low-fat diet. The diet became popular in the 1990’s and was originally referred to as the modified low carbohydrate diet, for it is based on low glycemic index foods but then was renamed for the glamorous area of Miami where Dr. Agatston first started using the diet on his patients at his practice. Dr. Agatston realized the recommendation of the American Heart Association’s low-fat, high carbohydrate diet was not reducing his patient 's weight, but the patients who were using…

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    of eating more foods high in carbohydrates, you will have to replace these with foods high in fats. Ketosis Diet will utilize your fats into energy rather than using your glucose thus, filling you with foods high in fats. The vital idea of this diet is consuming more fatty foods less on carbohydrates and proteins and converting stored fats into energy. Ketosis is derived a substance that is formed once you get rid of fats. Since you deprive your body with carbohydrates, it switches to your fats…

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    Macromolecules Conclusion

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    to all life are carbohydrates, proteins, lipids, and nucleic acids.. These four organic macromolecules provide all cells with structure, create and store energy, and can be hormones, immune substances and genetic material. A macromolecule, or polymer, is a large complex molecule built from smaller molecules, or monomers, such as nucleic acids, proteins, carbohydrates, and lipids. Monosaccharides and polysaccharides are both carbohydrates. Polysaccharides are a complex carbohydrate composed of a…

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    Biochemical tests are used to detect the presence of different kinds of organic molecules, carbohydrates, lipids, nucleic acids, and proteins. These tests include the Benedict’s Test, Iodine Test, Sudan III Stain Test, Biuret Test and many others. With these tests, the nutrients from an unknown solutions can be identified in the solution. The Benedict’s test is used for identifying reducing sugars, which are simple sugars that include monosaccharides and some disaccharides. The Benedict’s…

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    Consuming adequate amounts of protein and carbohydrates can help in balancing the brain chemistry, as a diet rich in protein supplies amino acids to support the brain function is ideal. Whilst the complex carbohydrates, provide the glucose to the body to provide the essential energy to your brain nerve cells, which helps balance the brain chemistry as the primary source of energy for the brain and nervous system are carbohydrates. Essential fatty acids are also necessary in order to…

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