Nutrition Ch. 7
What is the stripping of nitrogen from proteins?
What are the 2 results of deamination?
What can keto acid be used to make?
glucose, fats, amino acids
What organ converts ammonia to urea?
What does ammonia bond with to create urea?
What does the liver do with urea?
releases it into the blood
What filters urea out of the blood
What is the effect of liver diease?
high ammonia content
What is the effect of kidney disease?
high urea content
When protein increases, what should increase?
What are the 2 factors of protein quality?
Amino acid consumption
What is the percent of digestibility in animal protein?
What is the percent of digestibility in plant protein?
What should be our reference for protein intake?
What is the best plant protein source?
What are low-quality proteins combined to provide adequate levels of essential amino acids?
What are the consequences of protein deficiency?
protein roles end to supply energy
What are the 2 types of protein malnutrition?
Marasmus and Kwashiorkor
What is animal protein causes a risk for heart disease?
What protein increases risk for heart disease?
What protein decreases the risk for heart disease?
What is the daily energy intake percent for protein?
10 to 35
Per kg of body weight, how much protein should an adult have?
What is a liquid cheese bi-product?