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Nutrients 

A nutrient is a substance in food that is used by the body to promote normal growth, maintenance, and repair. During metabolism, substances inside body cells are constantly built up or broken down. Let's start this week's discussion with the definition and comparison of glycogenesis, glycogenolysis, gluconeogenesis, and lipogenesis. Which is (are) likely to be occurring (1) shortly after a carbohydrate-rich meal and (2) just before waking up in the morning? 


Cholesterol - The Good, The Bad and the not-so ugly? 


Which lipoproteins particles contain good and bad cholesterol and differentiate between LDLs and HDLs relative to their structures and major roles in the body?


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Preview: glucose to glycerol and fatty acids that are used for lipogenesis, the synthesis of triglycerides.Which is (are) likely to be occurring (1) shortly after a carbohydrate-rich meal: Glycogenesis and (2) just before waking up in the morning?: Gluconeogenesis Collapse Mark as ReadMetabolism and NutritionShanita Cartharn Email this Author7/18/2016 9:48:21 AMGlycogenesis: the synthesis of glycogenGlycogenolysis: the process of splitting glycogen into its glucose subunitsGluconegenesis: the process by which glucose is formed from noncarbohydrate substancesLipogenesis: process when live cells and adipose cells can synthesize lipids from glucose or amino acids(1) Glycogenesis (2) Gluconeogenesis Collapse Mark as ReadNutrientsCarl Evans Email this Author7/18/2016 9:48:59 AMGlycogenesis- Synthesis of glycogenGlycogenolysis- Body's process of splitting glycogen into its glucose subunitsGluconeogenesis- breaks apart amino acids and converts them to glucoseLipogenesis- Stimulated by insulin, liver cells and adipose cells can synthesize lipids from glucose or amino acidsGlycogenesis would likely be occurring after a carbohydrate-rich meal because the body would be in the process of forming glycogen from all of the glucose that was absorbed from the carbs. Collapse Mark as ReadNutrientsLani Nykrin Email this Author7/18/2016 9:49:25 AMGlycogenesis: the formation of glycogen from sugar. Occurs shortly after a carbohydrate-rich meal.Glycogenolysis: the breakdown of glycogen to glucose. Occurs just before waking up in the morning.Gluconeogenesis: the production of glucose, especially in the liver, from amino acids, fats, and other substances that are not carbohydrates. Occurs just before waking up in the morning.Lipogenesis: the metabolic formation of fat. Occurs shortly after a carbohydrate-rich meal. Collapse Mark as ReadWeek 3Samantha Orozco Email this Author7/18/2016 9:49:29 AMglycogenesis- The biosynthesis of glycogen. Likely to happen after a carbohydrate rich mealglycogenolysis-.....
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