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  • The Importance Of Breakfast Is The Most Important Meal Of The Day

    and squeezing in your workout, mornings can be the busiest time of day. Breakfast can end up being a granola bar and coffee in the car, a pastry at your desk, or forgotten altogether. But a bad breakfast can wreak havoc on your blood sugar and metabolism leaving you with low energy, cravings and poor muscle recovery. Eating the right combination of proteins,…

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  • Periodontal Disease Case Study

    function. This protease might be responsible for the damage of the connective tissue which leads to tissue destruction in periodontitis. So this could be important in f.alocis pathogenesis. Proteins that play an important role in the amino acid metabolism are seen in f.alocis . although it lacks some inherent amino acid synthesis pathways it could alternate through protein degradation with the help of these proteases and peptidases. Also f.alocis has proteins responsible for ornithine catabolism…

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  • Essay On Alcoholism

    vitalized. Less amino acids form proteins are absorbed in the intestine when alcohol is present in the body. Also, albumin, a blood protein, will decrease production along with other blood clotting factors (3). Vitamins, which are essential for metabolism, become present in small amounts in an alcoholics body and can lead to serious illnesses, such as liver failure. Vitamin C, folic acid and B vitamins levels are effected the most by alcohol use (1). Therefore, malnutrition will result if these…

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  • Diagnostic Summary

    According to Edmunds (2014) pharmacokinetics is when the action of a medication in the body is study, which includes the process of absorption, distribution, metabolism and elimination (Edmunds, 2014). The patient that currently being cared for is a 73 year old female with past medical history of atrial fibrillation, kidney dysfunction and diabetes mellitus. Currently the patient takes the following medications: Pravastatin 10 mg, Lisinopril 2.5 mg, Digoxin 0.125 mg, Warfarin 7.5 mg, HCTZ 25 mg,…

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  • Body Building Enhancer Research Paper

    Is it possible to proclaim which body building supplement is the most effective? As everybody knows, there are 100s of competing brands and categories that you can use to improve your body building workouts so that deciding on the best one can be pretty perplexing. When we use the word "best", we should be talking about which body building enhancer will give you the most effective results. Most skilled body builders are in harmony that the best body building enhancer that you can put into your…

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  • Muscle Building Essay

    To build muscle, one must understand the components required to maximize the body 's muscle building process. Aside from sheer hard work and dedication, there are four main components. Nutrition, hydration, training, and protein synthesis which is the biological process does the muscle building. Each component is an absolute requirement for this topic, and will be analyzed independently, to show how collectively, they work together to create optimal conditions for muscle growth. The first and…

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  • Efavirenz Case Study

    soluble in methanol, slightly soluble in water (13.4 mg/ml) and very slightly soluble in dichloromethane h) Route of administration: Oral i) Excretion: kidney j) Therapeutic category: Antiretroviral drug k) Metabolism: The cytochrome P450 enzyme system is not involved with the metabolism of Tenofovir disoproxil or Tenofovir. l) pKa value: 3.75 m) Trade Name: Viread 2.2.5 Drug profile of Efavirenz: Efavirenz is an antiretroviral drug and it belongs to the class of Non-nucleoside reverse…

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  • Fermentation Case Study

    glucose would convert into acids, gases or alcohol. Fermentation would take place when the electron transport chain would not be used. Fermentation would occur in yeast cells, bacteria and in muscle cells of animals. For most methods of fermentation metabolism, glycolysis would involve the breaking down of 6 carbons into two phosphoglyceraldehydes then to biphosphoglycerate by putting energy into the process. Electrons are removed from an organic molecule (carbon) and given to NAD. NAD+ would…

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  • Role Of Gut Microbiota In Therapeutic Effect Of

    of gut microbiota in therapeutic effect of metabolic disorder Diet has been known to regulate the component of intestinal microbes in animal and human subjects. Many trials tried to find out the interaction between the gut microbiota and its host metabolism. They attempted to modulate the dietary to alter different kinds of classical probiotics such as Lactobacillus and Bifobacterium strains and prebiotic for helping to explore the role of gut microbiota in therapeutic effects of metabolic…

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  • Epoprostenol Research Paper

    Epoprostenol • Definition of epoprostenol (Flolan). - Epoprostenol belongs to some hormones which present in the body naturally called prostaglandins. - It is derived from arachidonic acid . This medication is taken by a continuous injection in the vein by the use of an infusion pump . - Generic Name: Epoprostenol sodium - Brand Name : Flolan Fig. 1 Chemical structure of epoprostenol • During comparison between two GPs of patients with of them are treated with…

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