2. Yes Janine is correct
Unlike muscle tissue, your nervous system and brain cells do not store glucose for later use. Instead, they rely on a constant supply of glucose from your blood stream. In addition, they do not have the means to run on anything except glucose, so your dietary intake of carbohydrates is important for brain function. According to the Franklin Institute, nearly 10 percent of the energy needed by your body is to maintain nervous and brain system functioning.-source live strong 3. No healthy people can typically consume high amounts of protein with limited issues. High-protein diets are generally recognized as safe for healthy individuals for a short period. However, anyone with compromised kidney function is advised not to follow high protein diets, according to Mayo Clinic dietitian Katherine Zeratsky. If you do have an existing kidney issue though eating lots of protein can be a problem. –source livestrong Definition: Cellular respiration is the set of the metabolic reactions and processes that take place in the cells of organisms to convert biochemical energy from nutrients into adenosine triphosphate (ATP), and then release waste products.
2. Definition: Set point theory is a theory that the body maintains its normal weight and body fat level with internal regulatory controls that dictate how much fat one has.-about.com Homeostasis is achieved by maintaining a consistent weight, Similar to body temp and blood pressure. I found no relation to toxins and set point. 4. Increasing muscle mass does indeed increase metabolism. This is due to all muscles having a resting energy requirement, thus more muscles have more energy 5. A diuretic is any substance that increases the amount of fluid excreted as urine. 6. Exocrine glands, the liver and the kidneys remove toxins. A toxin is a biological poison. Toxins can come from many different places some are more threatening than others. Some information points to more fat thus higher...
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