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What Do Carbohydrates Lipids Proteins Have In Common
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Fats more calories: Fats are more energy dense- they have 9 calories per gram compared to 4 calories per gram in carbohydrates and proteins. ...Read more
Replace tissue&Energ: Have U seen dead animal after 2days? UR Stomach lining (which exposd to acid&dig-enzymes) is replaced every 2wks. UR Heart Mscle is replaced every 4-6 mnths Individuals who shed skin cells faster than can replace have Psoriasis, Excema Carbs mainly for energy, but also form backbones of some proteins. 18 inch baby become 6'4", cells did not get bigger, all replaced&more added hundreds of times ...Read more
Heart: Your question should not be an open ended question. It is difficult answer in this limited space. I write a book basing on your question. Answer is too broad. Please come to the point. What is your main health problem? I would try to help you. ...Read more
What outcomes can be expected with a lipid profile when you provide < 20% of calories from fat and 60% from carbohydrate?
Long story read this:
http://www. Ncbi. Nlm. Nih. Gov/pmc/articles/PMC2897177/ ...Read more
I have a high lipids level in my body. Should I change my diet to mostly protein and protein shakes?
No!!!: Talk to your dr, ask to see a dietitian or find a clinical lipidologist (dr. Board certified in lipid disorders) to help you. A high protein diet is hard on the kidneys and cannot be maintained for life, which is how long you want your lipids to be good. Consider omnivores dilemma or in defense of food. Also go to lipid. Org to find a lipid specialist near you. Healthy for life is the goal. ...Read more
I am 32 years femal please check. Total protein 71albumin lvl -l34.5 bill total 4.5 ALT h54 alk phos h108. Lipid profile chol 4.23trig 2.58chol?
I am concerned: These numbers cannot be interpreted by anyone here at healthtap. I understand you are taking lithium. You have serious liver disease until proven otherwise and if your primary care physician is not undertaking the workup, you need to be under the care of a competent gastroenterologist. ...Read more
Lipids and carbos:
http://www. Biology. Iupui. Edu/biocourses/N100/2k4ch3carbolipidnotes. Html
It's complicated...: There is not a clear answer to your question. Lipids and carbs can be broken down in a way that they are used to create some Amino Acids in your body (those considered to be 'non-essential'). But you still need to eat protein to provide your body with other Amino Acids (those considered essential) that your body can't create. These Amino Acids are linked together to create lean muscle mass. ...Read more
Not a drinker. My UltraSnd says Mild enlarged & fatty liver. I'v High biliru- 2.1 (Dir-0.5, InD-1.6).SGPT/SGOT- just high. ALP - OK, Proteins - OK. Lipid Profile - OK. PanC - OK. ESR -8, CBC- Normal, Blood Sug - Ok, Kidney -OK. No Hep B/C. Is it Serious?
Why would my dr order a metabolic panel, lipid panel, c reactive protein test, Hemoglobin A1c and a glucose test for poor eating and stomach pain?
Total protein, 24 hr urine is this good or bad? (protein, urine, qn <=11 mg/dl -my result <6) protein, 24 hr urine -unable to calculate. A1c, kidney panel, ua, lipid normal
Urine results: Your urine shows that you have virtually no protein in your urine, which is a good thing. Patients with proteinuria have an increased rate of kidney failure, heart attacks and strokes which is related to the amount of protein in the urine both in diabetic and non-diabetic patients. What was the reason for the urine collection? ...Read more
Eating carbs: Carb cause high lipids. Fat does not. It is basic human physiology. ...Read more
Yes: Your body will use calories from any source: lipids, carbs, and proteins to make muscle if you're working out. ...Read more
Caloric value: Carbs and protein provide 4kcal (just consider these calories) per gram. Fat contains 9 calories per gram. But for watching your weight, one must consider the magic of insulin. It stores fat - big time! So keep Insulin low by avoiding sweets and starches. Use green veggies as a sole source of carbohydrates to optimize your weight. It doesn't get any simpler or more successful than that. ...Read more
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