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Lecture 9 BOL Energy Metabolism- bspace

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Lecture 9: ENERGY METABOLISM: FOODS ENERGY Outline Definitions: metabolism, catabolism, anabolism Fundamental principles Energy from Carbohydrates (CHO) Energy from Fats (Lipids) Energy from Proteins
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FROM FOOD ENERGY Carbohydrates glucose Fats (Lipids) fatty acids Proteins amino acids Metabolic pathways ATP (common currency)
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Metabolism Metabolism = the sum of all chemical and physical processes by which the body breaks down and build up molecules to obtain energy and nutrients that we need. Metabolic pathways are sets of chemical reactions that happen sequentially to achieve a particular objective – such as breakdown of glucose to obtain energy
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METABOLISM INCLUDES: CATABOLISM, ANABOLISM biosynthesis breakdown
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Estimating Energy (Kcal) Content of Food using a Bomb Calorimeter Direct Calorimetry 1. Burn food. 1. Measure heat given off. Does NOT tell how efficiently our bodies would use a food.
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Our Body vs Bomb calorimeter In a way, our body is similar to a bomb
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