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  • The Four Components Of Cell Membrane

    found in the cell membrane. Phosphotidylcholine, Phosphotidylethalamine, Phosphotidylserine, and phosphatidylinositol and Sphingomyelin which is also phospholipid found in membranes that is but it is not derived from glycerol making it five lipids. These lipids are distributed asymmetrically amongst the…

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  • Sea Bass Research Paper

    that the moisture contents in the sea bass fillets (g/100g fish muscle) 77.30 ±.53%, protein, 18.85±.34%, Total lipid, 2.50 ±.29 % and ash 1.51±.61%. Similar to the data obtained by Alasalvar et al., (2002) and O zogul et al., (2005). Approximate chemical composition values for sea bass from Greece were reported by Alasalvar et al., (2002): 72.2% moisture, 20.7% protein, 5.2% total Lipid and 1.5% ash. Grigorakis et al., (2005) reported that, sea bass in Greece also74.4 – 75.2–% moisture, 18.6–…

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  • Complex Carbohydrates

    non-athlete to pair their diet with exercise. If a person has an excessive about of a carbohydrate, protein, or a lipid without enough physical activity to exhaust the appropriate amount of energy need to keep the balance, then they can easily because a victim of obesity. When carbohydrates are not needed for short turn use they are stored as fat. The process is only intensified in lipid due to their high amount of carbon-hydrogen bonds and strong ability to store energy for later, also in the…

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  • Metabolic Syndrome Case Study Essay

    In the United States, 33% of adults are diagnosed with metabolic syndrome (also syndrome X or the dysmetabolic syndrome) and has been growing since (Brown et al., 2013). Individuals who are diagnosed with dysmetabolic syndrome increases their risk for coronary artery disease, stroke, and type II diabetes. People with the syndrome X may be classified as obese in the abdominal area, high blood pressure, elevated fasting glucose, dyslipidemia with elevated LDL cholesterol, low HDL cholesterol and…

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  • Five Nutrients

    Introduction: There are five main nutrients in food: 1. Protein 2. Carbohydrates 3. Lipids 4. Minerals 5. Vitamins Nutrients are part of a nutritious diet. It is important when trying to live a healthy lifestyle to get the correct balance of nutrients to say healthy. Nutrients are needed to build up and repair body tissue and cells that may become damaged or weakened. They help to maintain our vital organs and help keep our bones in working condition which helps strengthen us. Nutrients help…

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  • Argumentative Essay On Chicken

    how they become the way we look at them today, food? Chickens are produced by a slaughterhouse which makes the chicken’s worst nightmare come to life, and end up in our stomachs. Chickens are said to be healthy for you, it consists of carbohydrates, lipids, and Proteins, but the real question is how much of those molecules does it consists of and how they process when they enter your body. In addition, having a huge amount protein does not guarantee a good life as it can cause many health risks.…

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  • Macromolecules In The Human Body

    have in their diet, and these includes: proteins, carbohydrates lipids, and nucleic acid is important. In this lab activity, the students extended their understanding on the importance of the macromolecules in a human body. One of individuals concern nowadays is weight loss. However, most people lack an understanding how important for a human body to maintain a balance diet in order for their body to function properly. Initially, lipids are fat-like substances found in your blood and body…

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  • Fatty Acid Lab Report

    INTRODUCTION Fatty acid is a carboxylic acid with a long aliphatic chain, which is either saturated or unsaturated. Most of the naturally occurring fatty acids contain unbranched chain of an even number of carbon atoms, from 4 to 28. We usually derived fatty acids from triglycerides or phospholipids. Fatty acids are very important sources of fuel because, when they metabolized, they yield large amount of ATP .Fatty acids are regulated by certain transcription factors which control the action of…

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  • Essay On Macromolecules

    macromolecules are produced from a small set of about fifty monomers. Different macromolecules vary because of the arrangement of these monomers. Types of Macromolecules Macromolecules are categorized into four distinct groups: carbohydrates, lipids, nucleic acids, and proteins. These macromolecules are essential to the structure and function of a cell. Despite each serving different…

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  • Cancer Argument Essay

    Cancer is a disease that have been infecting people for centuries. It is also the leading cause of disease worldwide. According to the cancer research group in the uk, in the year 2012 there was an estimate of 14.1 million new cases of cancer. This was split 53% in males and 47% in females. Several cancer types exists and I will be focusing on breast cancer. In the years 2013 the American Cancer Society stated that there was 64,640 new in Situ cases and 232,340 new invasive cases. In situ cancer…

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