Chapter 5 Notes
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Nutrition Chapter 5 Notes Proteins Enzymes Hormones Structural Anytime your body wants to do something, you need proteins Chew, stomach, hydrochloric acid, proteins unfold Protein Synthesis Amino Acid sequence each protein is unique Needs all amino acids to synthesize proteins DNARNA=Transcription (Pancreas does this) RNAProtein=Translation (Pancreas does this) Take open a bone, look inside, look at the blood ( the blood makes Hemoglobin) RNAProtein is misshapen A problem expressed in a protein (results in genetic mutation) Amino Acid to Amino Acid=Peptide Bonds Eventually, when you connect all those together (amino acids), you get protein Mouth= chewing Small Intestine= cut proteins, when absorbing it Stomach=hydrochloric acid takes weird crazylooking protein and unravels it Denaturation Disruption of stability Uncoil and lose shape Once completely uncoiled, an enzyme comes to start chopping it up Bile helps to emulsify fat so the lipase can come Peptides absorb into blood Then get it circulated Excess protein can become fat when energy and protein exceeds needs Carbs intake is adequate Strip of Nitrogen and use the rest for energy Need to get rid of Nitrogen ^ make sure it doesn’t accumulate in the body = toxic if it does When you pee out UREA, you’re getting rid of Nitrogen= higher protein= Ammonia smelling urine Make sure you don’t pee out all of your Ammonia