Quick Weight Loss Tips And Tricks
VITAL NUTRIENTS For Exercises Full Workout.
Calcium is essential for the involuntary muscular movements of the digestive system, termed peristaltic action.
Phosphorus is required for the movement of fatty acids and phospholipids and distribution of fats. Sodium stimulates the production of carbohydrate digestive enzymes such as saliva.
Sulphur keeps the digestive system clean, for pancreatic enzymes, insulin and protein digestion. Chlorine is essential for the production of the protein enzyme pepsin, in the stomach.
Magnesium ingredient of enzymes for protein and carbohydrate digestion and glucose conversion. Manganese production of bile, insulin and essential for metabolism.
Copper protein metabolism, enzyme component.
Iodine thyroid gland, digestion, body metabolism.
Zinc component of insulin and many enzymes.
Chromium glucose conversion, insulin activity.
Vitamin D essential for digestion and metabolism.
Vitamins B complex, vitamins A and K.
MAIN BODY FUNCTION
SALIVARY GLANDS The three pairs of salivary glands produce the enzyme ptyalin, required for the initial conversion of cooked starch into the form of maltose.
STOMACH The stomach produces an enzyme, pepsin, from a combination of the enzyme pepsinogen and hydrochloric acid, for the initial conversion of protein foods.
PANCREAS, GALL BLADDER, DUODENUM The pancreas produces an enzyme, trypsin, for the conversion of protein (proteoses and peptones) into peptides, assisted by the gall bladder which produces bile.
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This takes place within the duodenum and also the conversion of fats and oils (lipids) are converted by the enzyme lipase (pancreas) plus bile into fatty acids and glycerol.
SMALL INTESTINE, LIVER, COLON In the small intestine, the enzyme amylase converts uncooked starch into maltose, plus the maltase converts maltose into glucose. Also within the small intestine, the jejunum converts peptides into amino acids; they pass into the bloodstream and go to the liver. The colon collects all the unused food materials and disposes of the waste via the rectum.