Nutrients are substances 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. Define and compare glycogenesis, glyconeogenis, and lipogenesis. Which are likely to be occurring shortly after a carbohydrate-rich meal, and which are likely to be occurring before waking in the morning?
Which lipoprotiens particles contain good and bad cholesterol and differentiate between LDL’s and HDL’s relative to their structures and major roles in the body?