Water-soluble nutrients go from the intestines to the liver so that _______________________. important co-factors can be added to the nutrients to enable them to penetrate cell walls the blood can be rid of toxins and excess glucose can be stored as glycogen the liver can receive the first and most nutritious nutrients
Water soluble nutrient go from intestine to the liver so that important co factors can be added. And all the nutrients from intestine godrej to various parts of the body for proper functioning.
Intestine is a large text through which all the nutrients and minerals through the food is absorbed. It is a part of stomach and before anus. All the essential and vital minerals are absorbed through villi.
Villi is also known as finger like projection which helps for the absorption of important nutrients. all the nutrients are required for the proper functioning of the body may be in large or small amount according to their function.
Reggie is 72 inches tall and weighs 130 pounds. Use the formula below to answer the question about his weight. BMI = Weight (in pounds) × 703 / [Height (in inches)]² Which BMI category does Reggie fall into? A.
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"Reggie is 72 inches tall and weighs 130 pounds. Use the formula below to answer the question about his weight. BMI = Weight (in pounds) × 703 / [Height (in inches)]²
Which BMI category does Reggie fall into?
A.26.5, overweight , B.17.6, underweight , C.19.7, appropriate weight"
BMI stands for Body Mass Index and is a measure of each person's weight, being a relationship between the person's mass and their height squared. From this calculation it is possible to assess whether the person has an ideal weight or is underweight or overweight. Both below and overweight levels may pose health risks to the individual.
Using the formula shown in the above question we can calculate Reggie's BMI as follows:
(130) x703 / (72x72) = 17.62
According to BMI Regie is underweight.
BMI=17.6 underweight BMI
Why do many communities prohibit alcohol possession at school-sponsored social or sporting events? to prevent underage drinking
to discourage local alcohol sales
to promote athletic habits and wellness
to create a more academic atmosphere
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