Nutrition

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Carbohydrates ENERGY Starches Sugars Stored as glycogen Cellulose – indigestible = roughage
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Fats ENERGY Build cell membranes Synthesize hormones Homeostasis
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Proteins Builds structures Muscles Cell membranes Makes enzymes Makes hormones Can be used for energy
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Minerals Define mineral here. Copy mineral chart on page 971. Cannot be used for energy.
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Vitamins
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Unformatted text preview: Define vitamin here. Copy vitamin chart on page 972. Water Lubrication Cell functions Question: How many liters of water do you lose per day? Minilab, page 973 Convert percentages to calories before comparing. Example: 2000 calories x 60% carbohydrates = 1200 calories. Percentages afterwards. Ex: 1200 cals (carbs) x 30% = 360 cals....
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