A turkey and cheese sandwich would be divided into three categories: protein, carbs, and fat. The bread would be carbs, the turkey protein, and the cheese fat. This is how the process would go for each nutrient: Carbohydrates The digestion of carbohydrates starts in your mouth. Saliva contains the enzyme amylase. Amylase breaks down amylase and amylopectin (which are starches found commonly in foods such as pasta) and converts some of the starch maltose (a disaccharide.)
Eating ¼-cup of red-skimmed peanuts w/your meal provides the same amount of antioxidants. Rose hip powder blocks fat buildup – enjoying 1 T. of this sweet, fruity ‘n slightly tart powder (mix it into smoothies, yogurt or other food) helps block the fat storage that triggers high blood sugar ‘n insulin resistance. Rose hip powder inhibits fat formation in the liver. TIPS: if u prefer, dissolve the powder in a cup of boiling water ‘n drink it as a tea. Fish protects your heart – people who eat at least (3) three fish meals weekly have more heart-healthy HDL cholesterol levels in their blood than less frequent fish eaters.
What are the pharmacokinetics: (Timolol, 2015) a. Use – Beta-blocker, migraine/headache, prevention of further MI (Lexicorp, 2015) b. Mechanism of action – non-selectively antagonizes beta-1 and beta-2 adrenergic receptors c. Well absorbed when given orally (Woo & Wynne, 2012). d. Metabolizes in the liver, CYP450, 2D6 substrate e. Excretion – urine f. Half-life 2 – 4 hours 3. What are the pharmacodynamics: a.
Let it cook. Then use your oven mitts again and pull the tray out. Baste it with marinade using a brush or a spoon or something else but not your hand and put it back in the oven for 10 minutes. Let the juices run out. Don’t worry if the juices around the chicken starts burning.
* The sandwich would be chewed into a bolus and saliva would break starches into disaccharides. After the sandwich is swallowed and moves down the esophagus, the stomach breaks it down even more and the small intestine absorbs: * Turkey: 2g carbs, 7g turkey * Wheat bread: 11.6g carbs (1.9g fiber, 1.6g sugars), 3.6g Protein * Mayonnaise: 10g fat, 5mg cholesterol, 80mg sodium * Lettuce: 1.6g carbs, .3g protein Provide an example that illustrates how the structure of an organ in the digestive system is specifically linked to its function. * The structure of the small intestine is linked to the function because of the grooves and shape of it. This makes it easier for it to absorb nutrients and smoothly transport food. 1.
The Journey Of A Cheese Sandwich To begin with a cheese sandwich contains; Carbohydrate is in the bread (starch is the carbohydrate in the bread. ), Starch – glucose, Protein in the cheese, Protein - amino acids, Lipids in the cheese, Vitamin B1 and Calcium. So through all of digestion most of these have to broken down and digested. The journey of the cheese sandwich starts in the mouth (the first part of the digestive system) located in the area above your chin, located on your face. This is where your teeth and incisors break down your food into smaller chunks so it makes it easier for the dampness of your saliva (produced by your 3 salivary glands) to make the entire piece soggy so it makes it easier to swallow.
Examine the relationship between the sweetener that you have selected and obesity. A new Duke University study finds that the artificial sweetener Splenda contributes to obesity destroys beneficial intestinal bacteria and may interfere with absorption of prescription drugs. References 1.
Pediatric Simulation RSV Bronchiolitis 1. Compare the s/s of an upper respiratory tract infection with those of a lower respiratory tract infection. Upper Respiratory: aka Common Cold (viral ), Bronchitis; stuffy/runny nose, nasal discharge thin & watery thick & discolored, hoarse/sore throat, cough produces very little sputum, fever, sneezing, fatigue, watery eyes, appetite loss; lasts < 10 days Lower Respiratory: aka Bronchiolitis, Pneumonia, Laryngotracheobronchitis (Croup); ↑ work of breathing especially AW restlessness & anxiety; cough, tachypnea, grunting, chest retractions, irritability, wheezing, rales/crackles, chest/abdominal pain 2. Identify risk factors AW development of respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) bronchiolitis. • <
Protein is in the acceptable macronutrient distribution, but the carbohydrate acceptable macronutrient is under. The total fat is way over acceptable macronutrient. I would give up most of my soda and try to cut back to one a day and try out some healthier snack food. Hopefully giving up my snacks and sodas intake would be enough to get my lipids into the recommended range. Raise my starch and eat more noodles and potatoes without the butter and salt.
It is possible that fluorine can substitute for hydrogen in organic reactions. Fluorine has been known to form compounds with rare gases, including xenon, radon, and krypton. Free fluorine has a characteristic pungent odor, detectable at concentrations as low as 20 parts per billion. Both elemental fluorine and the fluoride ion are highly toxic. The recommended maximum allowable concentration for a daily 8-hour time-weighted exposure is 0.1 parts per million.