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Transcript of Macromolecules
Protein can help you shed those unwanted pounds and keep your belly full.
Proteins are used to build cardiac muscle.
Your body will need more proteins as you get bigger, but then they will level off when you reach adult size.
Proteins help your digestive system Lipids help your brain function
Essential lipids help to calm inflammation within the body
Lipids help your body take in fat-soluble vitamins such as vitamins A and E
Lipids coat the cells with lubrication, providing a protective barrier
Lipids also help you have energy because they save it through triglyceride
Carbohydrates Nucleic Acids Nucleic acids allow organisms to transfer genetic information from one generation to the next.
Nucleic Acids provide the materials your bogy needs to repair cells.
They determine the types of cells you have.
Made of two types: DNA and RNA.
They are found in most living things Carbohydrates are one of the main parts of diets
Carbohydrates provide enery for your body
Carbohydrates are made of glucose: meaning it controls your sugar level
Your liver breaks down the carbohydrates so your body would gain sugar
Carbohydrates help provide a structure for your cells. What if you dont get enough of these? you get weak
your hair starts falling out What foods are these found in? How are they healthy How are they healthily incorpororated? What foods are these found in? What foods are these found in? There are two types: Single and double
Fructose (found in fruits) Galactose (found in milk products) Double sugars include:
Lactose (found in dairy) Maltose (found in certain vegetables and in beer) Sucrose (table How are they healthily incorpororated? How are they healthily incorpororated? How are they healthily incorpororated? What foods are these found in? Apples