The Importance of Nutrition Biochemistry
By Arunee Kanokphet
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Published: June 11, 2013
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The importance of nutrition biochemistry
Biochemistry is the science that studies the chemistry of living things, from molecules that form cells, tissues and organs, to the chemical reactions involved and grouped within the term metabolism.
Metabolism is the set of all reactions in an organism. Metabolism is divided into two processes:
The catabolism: all the metabolic reactions by which complex molecules are transformed into simpler, with the consequent release of energy that our body uses to perform any activity, from flashing to inhale.
Anabolism: comprises all metabolic reactions whereby complex molecules are synthesized through other simpler. These reactions require energy.
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