Question by  R (19)

What is the biology of diet and energy?


Answer by  canenguez (123)

All what you eat transforms into simple sugars (monosacharides), this sugars pass to the respiratory cycle cells, that produces energy, they supply energy for celular processes, the processes by which nutrients are ingested, assimilated, and utilized by the body are called nutrition.


Answer by  hahagal (983)

It is mostly a combination of the cells and stems that combined when you eat certain food that will promote energy.


Answer by  HH (404)

Your body needs energy for its daily upkeep. That energy comes mostly from carbohydrates and fat. Depending on your activity, your body needs a certain amount of food to extract the energy from. If you eat more than that, the body stores this excess energy as fat, resulting in weight gain. To loose weight, either eat less (diet) or exercise.


Answer by  Jalaine11 (2043)

The energy we receive from the food we eat is based on what we eat. Not all foods have the same amount of energy. It depends on the chemical make up of the food. Foods that contain lots of sugar, protein or fat will have the most amount of energy.

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