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Metabolism & Nutrition, part 1: Crash Course A&P #36

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Metabolism is a complex process that has a lot more going on than personal trainers and commercials might have you believe. Today we are exploring some of its key parts, including vital nutrients -- such as water, vitamins, minerals, carbs, fats, and proteins -- as well as how anabolic reactions build structures and require energy, while catabolic reactions tear things apart and release energy. Anatomy of Hank Poster: http://store.dftba.com/products/crashcourse-anatomy-and-physiology-poster -- Table of Contents Water, Vitamins, Minerals, Carbs, Fats and Proteins 3:47 Anabolic Reactions Build Structures and Require Energy 2:59 Catabolic Reactions Tear Things Apart and Release Energy 3:17 Metabolism 2:30 *** Crash Course is on Patreon! You can support us directly by signing up at http://www.patreon.com/crashcourse Thanks to the following Patrons for their generous monthly contributions that help keep Crash Course free for everyone forever: Mark , Elliot Beter, Moritz Schmidt, Jeffrey Thompson, Ian Dundore, Jacob Ash, Jessica Wode, Today I Found Out, Christy Huddleston, James Craver, Chris Peters, SR Foxley, Steve Marshall, Simun Niclasen, Eric Kitchen, Robert Kunz, Avi Yashchin, Jason A Saslow, Jan Schmid, Daniel Baulig, Christian , Anna-Ester Volozh -- Want to find Crash Course elsewhere on the internet? Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/YouTubeCrashCourse Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/TheCrashCourse Tumblr - http://thecrashcourse.tumblr.com Support Crash Course on Patreon: http://patreon.com/crashcourse CC Kids: http://www.youtube.com/crashcoursekids
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Text Comments (689)
C. Holmes (2 hours ago)
i believe you can explain the purpose of life for the laymen.. next CrashCourse..
Bond Anisston (1 day ago)
Please give me a favor, take a minute on medication, smoke smth and slow down my friend!
Lorraine Joseph (1 day ago)
That poor skeleton model has a slipped disc between his lumbar vertebrae.
Elif YILMAZ (3 days ago)
he speaks very fast. That's why I had a headache.
Satyansh Singh (3 days ago)
Well, 64% of you is water, 16% protein, 16% fat, 4% minerals and 1% carbs. You are 101%😶
Fatima Hussein (6 days ago)
Trying to take notes but he talks too fast
Aria V (12 days ago)
Women have about 20% or more fat
Llwyd Morgan (17 days ago)
be all and end all..eh.. keto❓🤔
ianthespaceguy (18 days ago)
Sounds inefficient....
John Ungerleider (22 days ago)
Crash course medical school
Lawlabi (22 days ago)
damn i love this guy
donagnello (22 days ago)
I loved this video, but it made me throw up for how fast this guy is going. I played it at 0.75x and it was perfect! Hey dude, we love you, chill the fork out! Hahhahahah!
Hameed Hassan (25 days ago)
Please talk very quickly. Try to slow down your words
Hameed Hassan (25 days ago)
Pleas you speake very fast😨
Alcid008 (26 days ago)
It help if he did not sound like a used salesman, in other words, slow down the pace.
kito109654 (1 month ago)
Man, your talk about glucose was so exclusive that you missed out on BHB as fuel.
nourat aboubacar (1 month ago)
The video should be called « how to pass when you didn’ t study 😉 » 😂😂
Lawlabi (1 month ago)
i like this guy
Grant Cowger (1 month ago)
very helpful
Aggl Yusr (1 month ago)
Biochem please!
Hayder Shaheed (1 month ago)
Fantastic
Joy & peace (2 months ago)
Slow down man... very goo content but....
Akina H (2 months ago)
this is so good ! But man slow down please hehe
branellla (2 months ago)
You are talking way to fast man
O.F M.A (2 months ago)
Smart man speks too fast :c
May Muhammed (2 months ago)
One can see that there is so much effort and time put into these videos by looking at the quality of the production, from content to organisation to animations and even filming!!! And this effort should be acknowledged, so thank you and GOOD JOB to hank and everyone who worked on all the crash course videos. YOU PEOPLE ROCK !!!
eunice boahemaa (2 months ago)
Great crash course! It is so fast and wondering whether all is stored in my head. Thanks for this wonderful and informative course
Claudia Hernandez (2 months ago)
I just love you thank you so much. For all of the amazing videos that help me pull through nursing school! ❤️👩🏻‍⚕️
Deborah Seaman (2 months ago)
Enjoyed this presentation
dr. evil (2 months ago)
Do you even protein bruh?
Marissa Orton (2 months ago)
My biology professor is awful. He makes biology much more difficult than it should be. I solely have taught myself biology based on your videos and the textbook. However his tests never reflect all that I’ve learned. He’s completely silly. She doesn’t hit what matters. His test questions are just silly. And of course instead of ABCorD he has to go all out and give 6 options instead of 4. ABCDEF. He makes everything 100% hard. Setting us for failure. Why I got stuck with in during he one and only semester he will be teaching at our college I have no fricken clue. When asked on advice on what to study he says “whatever you think is most important.” I do that.. and apparently the important key points aren’t what he’s looking for. On chapter 1 (body parts, cavalries, etc) he had 10 questions in pH which blew my mind considering it’s not in the text book in chapter one and he only talked about it for 15 minutes in class. I’m extremely discouraged and disappointed and terrified I’m going to fail.
Naamloos Persoon (3 months ago)
Great video!
mayıskızı (3 months ago)
lütfen rap yapmadan konus :(
LoveAndPeaceOccurs (3 months ago)
Wow! Thank You, All who are part of this fantastic video ... which to date is the best brief over view of this topic I've seen. Love & Peace, and good metabolism, to All
Jose Iriarte (3 months ago)
watched it at 0.75 speed, it did the job.
Doctor.S (3 months ago)
love it
Shivani B (3 months ago)
You are a bad teacher. Talk slow and breathe in between sentences if you are here to teach. Till then 👎👎👎
sansiebuns (3 months ago)
Doesn’t when you recreate your body you would make little mistakes
Aisha Yahya (3 months ago)
You are too fast
111455 (3 months ago)
he forgot the 10%estrogen from all that soy
abrar Ali (3 months ago)
slowwwww down please😭😭
صقور العزة (3 months ago)
الا تحدثت ببطء من فضلك ؟ ?can you speak slowly please
Murray Webb (3 months ago)
Cannot stand this dude’s speaking cadence. Sounds like shitty game show host.
Tami Koth (3 months ago)
Speaks way too fast. Slow it down a little!
gramoz shala (3 months ago)
this is a bit too fast
Alyssa Hokanson (4 months ago)
Please talk slower!!! OH MY GOSH TOO FAST!!!!!
moda mark (4 months ago)
ليته مترجم
Sanjeev Sinha (4 months ago)
if you speak so fast nobody follows and it make no sense to make video big DISLIKE irrespective of best knowledge you provide in your video
Chaitu Peddi (4 months ago)
A short lived dip in glucose dose not dip brain function, in fact the brain in much more efficient on ketones than it is on glucose and can survive even with out it in starvation.
Maxine Hnry (4 months ago)
And breath.....
Isabell Christofferson (4 months ago)
I like how fast he talks it works well with my brain speed :)
Simon Belmont (4 months ago)
CRAAAAAAAAAASHSCREEEEECH!!!! =)
M P (4 months ago)
Slow down shite
james marez (5 months ago)
My science teacher showers me this in idea
Binary Widgets (5 months ago)
Where is muscle hank?
BillChong (5 months ago)
Did he like did this without a script or there's a screen that he reads behind the screen, cause if he's not he's really one incredibly good in giving a talk like this
Mark joshua Cagandahan (5 months ago)
Nice video
Ben W (6 months ago)
The biology playlist is profoundly applicable to this series.
ABID STUFF (6 months ago)
please be slow...you are too fast.please elaborate easily..
Daniel CIMA (6 months ago)
Horrible talk, blah blah total overload. Switched off after 14 seconds.
ZD Domike (7 months ago)
Disappointed that the "Blood Tests" did not reveal details about LECTINS, a nutrition transport mechanism. Popularized by the D'Adamo books, Eat Right for your Type, this theory is straightforward & based on evidence. The reported results are helpful, especially showing dietary pathways to congestion. Your research would be a perfect avenue to investigate lectins.
Joe Curran (7 months ago)
Outstanding. Great video thanks.
Ben Wagner (7 months ago)
you don't need to combine certain foods to get the amino acids needed from either. This is a myth. For instance, you don't need beans and rice to get the amino acids from each.
516estrela (7 months ago)
I'm so glad this subject is on crash course!
I feel that they just throw information towards me with the speed of light, with no coherence in the presentation as it threw one technical term after another. Ultimately, I took nothing out of this video. But maybe it's just me looking for something more basic on this subject.
A Sage (7 months ago)
Great info delivered too fast. the speed talk is hard to follow when you are also trying to register the information. Next!
Arif Shuvo (7 months ago)
you talk too much man! :v
Steve Harvey (7 months ago)
Did he just say he's a cute organism ?
TANYA GUPTA (7 months ago)
Monomers have less energy than polymers and are more stable
enelrad rose (7 months ago)
major namin to
sherika loves coconut (7 months ago)
Slowwwww down plz
Vivek Bahl (8 months ago)
speaking too fast
marky gilmore (8 months ago)
Good nutrition plan in the link below!
Claudia B (8 months ago)
I love your channel to bits
badic2100 (8 months ago)
so irritating presentation, i watched 20 sec.
Mira raaa (8 months ago)
This is fantastic. Thank you!
Amber Sabah (8 months ago)
listen just come down and speak slowly
Lite Nutrition (8 months ago)
Crush Course cleared my knowledge of Nutrition. Thanks a lot for your kind suggestions.
Penelope Atkins (8 months ago)
Best channel in the internet!
YoungLion Felix (9 months ago)
you're speaking too much fast. Are you horny?
Professor Voodoo (9 months ago)
Can someone please explain Why essential things cant be made by the other things?
Alexey Winner (9 months ago)
Why he so rush
Timothy Ouchtomsky (9 months ago)
this is top notch, very helpful thank you!
Scott Weinblatt (9 months ago)
Sisyphus gets the boulder to stay on the peak when you die.
sibongile sbosh (9 months ago)
U speak too fast
cweb1988 (9 months ago)
crash courses are the best.
Jack Gude (9 months ago)
Thats 101% I'm so confused. 64+16+16+4+1 = 80+20+1 = 101
blanca np123 (9 months ago)
And this is what's missing i n nutrition 101 to bring everything together...thanks!
Fernando Flores (10 months ago)
Slow down dd !!!! Fascinated !!!!
Aidee M (10 months ago)
Wishing u were my professor 😪
Tomy (10 months ago)
Why the hell does he go so fast over stuff ??
Krin rin (10 months ago)
I am a nutrition and dietetics student studying about metabolism and this is the best video ever❤👍👍👍
no name (10 months ago)
VERY well done video - LOVE it!!
Jesse Alldredge (10 months ago)
Love the content. That being said IDK who the sponsors are, but cereals are not "high in protein" that same misconception and marketing has let to the proliferation of Type II Diabetes and chronic disease.
Joanne Esposito (10 months ago)
Love your videos. Clear and understandable. Thanks!
Fernando Flores (10 months ago)
...Polymers should have been explained !!! -XCLNT anyway.
S O N J A (10 months ago)
All whole, unprocessed foods (including all plants) contain all the essential amino acids. Nice video.
Janik Bollh von horst (11 months ago)
Studying 2 hours before my exam wish me luck
nycolle damaceno (11 months ago)
regnol
Filip Elfvin (11 months ago)
I was so surprised when this guy who seems to know everything said that "lots of food don't provide EVERY essential amino acid". There is but ONE food that lacks at least 1 of the essential 9 amino acids, and thats gelatin. All other foods contain all 9 but most are not considered to be in the "right proportions", even if there's plenty if you just eat a variety of foods to make up enough calories, even on a 100% plant based diet.

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