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digestion

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villi little fingerlike projections in the smalll intestine that absorb nutrients from the chyme mixture
RDA this liquid is needed to help transport materials from and to cells and also participate in many chemical reactions
pancreas the organ in your body that gets worn out or fails to secrete enough juice when eat too many carbs or sugary food
malnutrition faulty or inadequate nutrition
anemia dont get enough iron ; characterized by lack of enery,weekeness short of breath,cold hands and feet
enzyme special proteins that help chemical reactions take place
chyme churned food into thick liquid,
glycogen the storage form of glucose
calorie the anount of energy needed to raise the temperature of 1 kg of water 1 degree celcius.
glucose when carefully broken down carbohydrates become simple sugars that our bodies need;blood sugar
basal metabolism the minimum amount of energy you need to maintain these processes in the body
oxidation when glucose in the cells combines with oxygen to produce anergy and heat
metabolism living cells use nutrients in many chemical reactions that provide energy for vital processes and activities
carbohydrates these nutrients provide a quick way to burn for energy of any other nutrient
fats provide a consontrated source of stored energy as well as insulation for the body
vitamins these are needed in small amounts but they help regulate many vital processes
minerals these help the body work properly
esophagus food passes through,connects the mouth and stomach
liver converts extra glucose into glycogen
villi little fingerlike projections in the smalll intestine that absorb nutrients from the chyme mixture
RDA this liquid is needed to help transport materials from and to cells and also participate in many chemical reactions
pancreas the organ in your body that gets worn out or fails to secrete enough juice when eat too many carbs or sugary food
malnutrition faulty or inadequate nutrition
anemia dont get enough iron ; characterized by lack of enery,weekeness short of breath,cold hands and feet
enzyme special proteins that help chemical reactions take place
chyme churned food into thick liquid,
glycogen the storage form of glucose
calorie the anount of energy needed to raise the temperature of 1 kg of water 1 degree celcius.
glucose when carefully broken down carbohydrates become simple sugars that our bodies need;blood sugar
basal metabolism the minimum amount of energy you need to maintain these processes in the body
oxidation when glucose in the cells combines with oxygen to produce anergy and heat
metabolism living cells use nutrients in many chemical reactions that provide energy for vital processes and activities
carbohydrates these nutrients provide a quick way to burn for energy of any other nutrient
fats provide a consontrated source of stored energy as well as insulation for the body
vitamins these are needed in small amounts but they help regulate many vital processes
minerals these help the body work properly
esophagus food passes through,connects the mouth and stomach
liver converts extra glucose into glycogen
villi little fingerlike projections in the smalll intestine that absorb nutrients from the chyme mixture
RDA this liquid is needed to help transport materials from and to cells and also participate in many chemical reactions
pancreas the organ in your body that gets worn out or fails to secrete enough juice when eat too many carbs or sugary food
malnutrition faulty or inadequate nutrition
anemia dont get enough iron ; characterized by lack of enery,weekeness short of breath,cold hands and feet
enzyme special proteins that help chemical reactions take place
chyme churned food into thick liquid,
glycogen the storage form of glucose
calorie the anount of energy needed to raise the temperature of 1 kg of water 1 degree celcius.
glucose when carefully broken down carbohydrates become simple sugars that our bodies need;blood sugar
basal metabolism the minimum amount of energy you need to maintain these processes in the body
oxidation when glucose in the cells combines with oxygen to produce anergy and heat
metabolism living cells use nutrients in many chemical reactions that provide energy for vital processes and activities
carbohydrates these nutrients provide a quick way to burn for energy of any other nutrient
fats provide a consontrated source of stored energy as well as insulation for the body
vitamins these are needed in small amounts but they help regulate many vital processes
minerals these help the body work properly
esophagus food passes through,connects the mouth and stomach
liver converts extra glucose into glycogen
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