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.
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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
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When myosin "crawls" (what's the good term for it?) on actin, could it be categorized as a single type of reaction, as it requires the breakdown of ATP, but also the temporary binding of ATP to the myosin "heads" and of calcium ions to troponin molecules?
Man this is just great, this is such a great video! You nailed this one man and really I'm going to have to study it a few times and look forward to it! I've been learning everything in catabolic scattered pieces and this video is the anabolic equivalent of what I needed!!!
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 !!!
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.
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.
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.
The effective home remedies for baldness and hair loss in men include oil massages and including coconut milk, eggs, avocados, orange juice, aloe vera, neem paste, henna, mayonnaise, honey, black pepper, vinegar, and lemon juice in their diet. The remedies also include cutting back on red meat, eating nuts and brown rice, boosting B-complex vitamin intake, and maintaining good thyroid health.
For millions of men across the world, regardless of culture, class, nationality, religion, or color, hair loss is an unavoidable aspect of growing older. Fortunate are those who do not face hair loss problems even in their old age. However, a majority of men face this issue in their 40s, 50s, or even earlier.
Causes of Baldness or Hair Loss in Men.
There are a number of causes of male hair loss, including:
Male pattern baldness Alopecia Fungal infections Psychological disorders Chemotherapy side effects Nutrient deficiencies Hormonal imbalances Lack of circulation on the scalp Stress.
It is important to note that hair loss occurs in women as well, for some similar reasons, and some different ones. We will cover hair loss in women in a separate article. Men predominantly suffer from this health condition, particularly male pattern baldness and early onset hair loss from age 20-40.
However, there are ways to slow down the rate of male hair loss or baldness, and even stimulating the hair follicles to reproduce hair. A few home remedies for hair loss and baldness issue are discussed below.