Fatty Acids Cannot Be Used To Make Glucose Because Quizlet

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Should I count fiber as carbs? Discover the difference between total carbs and net carbs and figure out how to save yourself a lot of carbs DAILY in this video! Total Carbs= all carbs listed on the nutrition label while Net Carbs= total carbs minus fiber listed on the nutrition label. Also learn the importance of fiber. Learn how to calculate net carbs. Looking to increase your gains and build more muscle? Looking to burn more fat? Try out Yellowstone Nutraceuitcals amazing, science backed, safe supplement line here and use the coupon code "atimbers10" for 10% off your purchase: https://yellowstonenutra.com/shop-lan... Follow me on: Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/aestheticby... Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/yourmacroman... Twitter- https://twitter.com/DeityAesthetics

Chapter 4 Carbs Flashcards | Quizlet

- can be refined through grinding, cooking, extruding, and drying to end up with cereal - includes the entire Colonel of the green including the term, the bran, and the endosperm - the bran and germ are discarded along with some fiber, vitamins, and minerals - to make up for some of these losses refined grains sold in the US are required to be enriched - thiamin, niacin, riboflavin, and iron that are lost when grains are milled or later added back to levels that are equal to or higher than originally present - since 1998 folic acid has been added to enriched grains - vitamins B & E are removed by Milling but are not added back - the amounts of many nutrients are much lower than the amount originally present in whole grain - thiamin, riboflavin, niacin , iron and folate have been added back in amounts equal to or that exceed the original level - over 13% of calories consumed in American diet - nutritionally and chemically identical to sugars that naturally occur in foods - when separated from their plant sources they no longer contain the fiber, vitamins, minerals and other substances found in the original plant - a proposed change is to add the amount of added sugars on the nutrit Continue reading >>

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  1. Power_Strike92

    So how exactaly do you Maintain Muscle on A Keto Diet?

    I want to try it this summer.

  2. iLovemyLuxe

    like you would for any diet eat and lift.
    in keto it's not like you don't eat

  3. access1denied

    Originally Posted by Power_Strike92
    I want to try it this summer.

    The unofficial guideline is get at least 1g of protein per pound of lean body mass. However, just make sure you're not setting your calories too low, and that you're getting 30-35% of your daily calories from protein. 60-65% should be fat. There are no exceptions to these two rules. If you eat to much protein, you will not go into ketosis.
    Good luck

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What is METABOLISM? What does METABOLISM mean? METABOLISM meaning - METABOLISM definition - METABOLISM explanation - How to pronounce METABOLISM? Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/... license.

Nutrition 2 Exam Energy Metabolism

Our bodies take or convert chemical energy from food to chemical energy of ATP Summarize the main steps in the energy metabolism of the nutrients: glucose, glycerol, fatty acids, and amino acids Each nutrient molecule is made up of atoms of carbon, oxygen, hydrogen, and nitrogen. The body uses mostly carbohydrates and fats for its energy needs. Amino acids are used primarily to build proteins, but can be used as an energy source if there is a lack of CHO and lipid available. The more C-H bonds in a nutrient, the more energy it can provide the body. 16C FA yields 129 ATP when completely oxidized Step 1: Glycolysis= the process of breaking down glucose and turning it into pyruvate. Step 2: Intermediate Step = Pyruvate Acetyl CoA Step 3: TCA Cycle = A way to take small molecules like Acetyl CoA and tear H's off of them Step 4: Electron transport chain = A way to take all of the H's from steps 1,2 & 3 and use them to make ATP Glucose metabolism begins with glycolysis, in which glucose is converted to a 3-carbon molecule, pyruvate. Glycolysis takes place in cytosol of the cell; can function under anaerobic or aerobic conditions H atoms with their electrons are released & carried to ETC Continue reading >>

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  1. berra

    So I've been getting told that my breath smells like corn. I have read that when your body is in keto sis your breath will have a sweet smell to it.
    I restrict carbs to max 50-55g/day, regardless if its a training day or not (train 4 days/week and basketball 1 day/week).
    Just wondering if anyone else is experiencing this?

  2. AMonkey

    I think your breath is meant to smell more like vinegar, since one of the by products of ketosis is acetic acid, which is vinegar. Could be totally wrong though.

  3. berra

    Originally posted by AMonkey
    I think your breath is meant to smell more like vinegar, since one of the by products of ketosis is acetic acid, which is vinegar. Could be totally wrong though. Thanks for that. Im basing the 'corn-like' scent on what i keep getting told by an 11 year old! I may need to ask an adult

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What is ENERGY BAR? What does ENERGY BAR mean?ENERGY BAR meaning - ENERGY BAR definition - ENERGY BAR explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/... license. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6Uu... Energy bars are supplemental bars containing cereals and other high energy foods targeted at people who require quick energy but do not have time for a meal. They are different from energy drinks, which contain caffeine, whereas bars provide food energy. Energy in food comes from three sources: fat, protein, and carbohydrates. A typical energy bar weighs between 45 and 80 g and is likely to supply about 200300 Cal (8401,300 kJ), 39 g of fat, 715 g of protein, and 2040 g of carbohydrates. In order to provide energy quickly, most of the carbohydrates are various types of sugars like fructose, glucose, maltodextrin, dextrose and others in various ratios. Use of complex carbohydrate sources like oats and barley is limited and such carbohydrate sources are mostly used in protein bars. Proteins come mostly in the form of fast digesting whey protein. Energy bars generally don't contain sugar alc

Nutrition Ch. 7 Energy Metabolism

- all the ways the body obtains and uses energy from food - releases carbon dioxide, water and produces energy Where does all of the energy that sustains human life come from? - process by which green plants use the sun's energy to make carbohydrates from carbon dioxide and water - compounds that cells can use for energy - glucose, fatty acids, amino acids, ketone bodies, lactate, glycerol, and alcohol - liver cells are most versatile and metabolically active - reaction in which small molecules are put together to build larger ones (building body compounds) - includes making of glycogen, triglycerides, and protein - reaction in which large molecules are broken down into smaller ones - releases energy (captured in bonds of ATP) - breakdown of glycogen, triglycerides, and protein - high energy compound composed of purine (adenine), a sugar (ribose), and 3 phosphate groups (the negative charged make ATP vulnerable to hydrolysis) - pairs of chemical reactions in which some of the energy released from the breakdown of one compound is used to create a bond in the formation of another compound - ex: hydrolysis of ATP, body uses ATP to transfer the energy released during catabolic reactio Continue reading >>

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  1. ss138341

    Can you guys give me some suggestions for starting? I really want to do this and be happy with my body, but I'm still insure in the things to but will you guys/girls please help me make a shopping list? I'm not a very picky eater, and I'm 6' 200lbs male if that matters.
    Help me change my life! Thanks guys!

  2. beeeeeemo

    35% cream (for coffee)
    butter (can be grass-fed if you can get a hold of it)
    chicken broth (powder or cube form)
    chicken thighs
    pork chops
    coconut oil (I love using that for frying eggs)
    avocados (great for getting your fat requirements!)
    cream cheese
    peanut butter
    Those are the main things I shop for. If prices are okay, I might go for some salmon too. I love salmon.

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    You can find a guide of acceptable foods in the sidebar, I'd start there and see what you'd fancy. I'm a pescatarian and on a college budget, so with that in mind here's a list of what I usually get at the market:
    Eggs. Definitely eggs-very cheap, very healthy, "nature's multivitamin"
    Veggies: I buy what's keto and on sale, both fresh and those frozen steamer bags. My staples are broccoli, mushrooms, cauliflower and spinach
    Fruit: Avocado and tomato. You should eventually be able to incorporate small amounts of berries, but I wouldn't do that right away, learn the ropes first
    Cheese! I love sharp cheddar in a block. I eat it plain or grate it onto steamed veggies
    Okay, pescatarian hat coming on: canned fish (tuna,salmon,sardines) and your choice of something to mix with-I like olive oil, mayo is fine too. These items are great for you and budget friendly even if you're not pescatarian. Especially if you can buy in bulk (Costco and I are buds)
    Nuts. Macadamias are very good for this diet because their carb/fat ratio is the best, from what I understand. I never buy them because of the price. I snack on almonds, pistachios, and sunflower seeds. You do have to be a bit more careful with them, because they're very calorically dense and the carbs can add up 1/4 cup should fit in nicely to your day, though
    Oils: Olive and coconut are my go to. Butter's good too. You'll hear a lot about coconut oil on here because it's just a very healthy fat, and for me it helps with bowel regularity. If you have a Trader Joe's nearby, they have the cheapest price-cheap nuts too.
    Hope this helped some!

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