HEALTH AND FITNESS

NUTRITION AND ITS IMPORTANCE FOR GOOD HEALTH (PART 2)

AS I WAS DISCUSSING ABOUT MACRONUTRIENTS SOME OF MORE ARE DISCUSSED BELOW

Proteins


The protein is a large biomolecule and a large biomolecule and a large biomolecule and a large biomolecule and a large biomolecule containing one or more long chains of an amino acid residue consisting of an amino acid having an organic compound that occurs naturally
in proteins. Protein performs various functions in organisms, including direct metabolic reactions, DNA replication, incentive reactions, cells, and organisms, including providing structures to the cells and organisms and carrying them from one place. The protein is mainly different from the sequence of the amino acid indicated by the nucleotide sequence of the gene and generally leads to a protein as a specific three-dimensional structure that determines its activity.
There are 20 amino acids. Some of them are the source of instructions and means that people have to get them in food. The body can make other foods that contain complete protein. This means it contains all the essential amino acids your body needs. Different foods contain different combinations of amino acids.
Most plant foods do not contain complete protein, so vegans should consume plenty of foods containing essential amino acids throughout the day. The body can make other foods that contain complete protein. This means it contains all the essential amino acids your body needs. Different foods contain different combinations of amino acids.
Most plant foods do not contain complete protein, so vegans should consume a variety of foods containing essential amino acids throughout the day.

Fats 


In nutrition, biology, and chemically, fats are generally meant a mixture of any ester of fatty acids, or any of those generated by any ester, mostly living resin or food
of these compounds, often triglyceride (Glycerin) Triple esters often have related. The main components of animal-plant oil and fat organization. Alternatively, the solid or semi-solid triglyceride, which is a solid or semi-solid-solid, and the oil is narrower. This term is also intuble in water, but it can be used as a synonym for the biological significance of carbon, hydrogen, or oxygen soluble in the insulation solvent. In this sense, in addition to triglycerides, this term is mono- and diglycerides, phospholipids (such as lecithin), sterol (cholesterol), wax (smokers), wax (smokers), and glass fatty acids generally present in a small amount of human diet do.
The province is one of the major components of total food products, such as the three major groups of Socry in the human diet, as well as carbohydrates and proteins as well as milk, oil, fat, fat, pork and cooking oil. … in them, are the main and density of food energy for many animals and are the major structural and metabolism functionality in most lives, including energy storage, waterproof and insulation. The body can produce the fat it needs from other food ingredients, aside from some essential fatty acids that must be included in the diet. Dietary fats are also carriers of certain flavoring and flavoring ingredients and vitamins that are insoluble in water.