Food and Nutrition - Adipocytes and Leptin Leptin , makes...

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Adipocytes and Leptin Leptin , makes you feel full, satisfied. You stop eating.
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Hey brother! Did You Eat ALL the Cheese ?
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Other Hormones (Short Term) Peptide YY (PYY): This Hormone also initiates a feeling of satiation. Released from ileum and colon ( Satiation) Grelin ( Secreted from parietal cells) Has opposite effect. Tells us we are hungry ( usually during cephalic phase ) too much of this hormone and we keep eating. Some obese have too much Ghrelin.
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What are the other hormones? CCK –cholecytokinin ( from the small Intestine) teminates hunger Insulin- terminates hunger
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What are PROTEINS ? Proteins are the structural components of bones and muscles. They also make up important molecules (most) that make up your cell membranes and blood, hormones and other instrumental molecules that work biological systems. Proteins are made up of smaller units called amino acids. Twenty amino acids are found in food. The body makes eleven; nine must be consumed and are essential.
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Structure of an Amino Acid Amino group, carboxyl group, H-group and and R-group=aa
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