Question
What key nutrients might be essential for an effective "nutritional supplement
beverage"?
Expand
Transcribed Image Text

What key nutrients might be essential for an effective "nutritional supplement beverage"?

Expert Answer

Want to see the step-by-step answer?

Check out a sample Q&A here.

Want to see this answer and more?

Experts are waiting 24/7 to provide step-by-step solutions in as fast as 30 minutes!*

*Response times may vary by subject and question complexity. Median response time is 34 minutes for paid subscribers and may be longer for promotional offers.
Tagged in
Science
Biochemistry

Biomolecules

Related Biochemistry Q&A

Find answers to questions asked by students like you.

Q: Large animals should have higher lifetime probabilities of cancer than small animals because each ce...

A: r/K selection theory relates to the selection of combinations of traits in an organism that trade of...

Q: Tell whether the ff changes represent oxidation or reduction: CoH2 -> CoQ NAD+ -> NADH Cyt c (...

A: Oxidation is the loss of electrons during a reaction by a molecule. Due to loss of electrons the oxi...

Q: 1) a) Write the mechanism for the reaction of 2-phosphoglycerate yielding phosphoenolpyruvate.Includ...

A: Enolase carries out the conversion of 2-phosphoglycerate to phosphoenolpyruvate. This reaction is ca...

Q: Would phosphoric acid or succinic acid be a better buff er at pH 5?

A: Buffer solution is a water solvent based solution which consists of a mixture containing a weak acid...

Q: please help with these two questions

A: Introduction: Lipids are of great importance to the body as the chief concentrated storage form of e...

Q: Which of the following statements about saturated fatty acids are true? O Saturated fatty acids in a...

A: The fatty acid chain is a long chain of hydrocarbons, which are comprised of saturated and unsaturat...

Q: Indicate whether a solution will have more OH- or H+if the value of the solution is 10.

A: The pH of the solution determines the acidity or basicity of the solution by measuring the molar con...

Q: Suppose ribulose-5-phosphate, labeled with 14C in carbon 1, is used as the substrate in carbon react...

A: The Calvin cycle also called as C3 cycle is the chemical reaction cycle that plants undergo to "fix"...

Q: Which of the following is the cyclic form of an L saccharide? 1) II) CH2OH OH H CH2OH H H H OH H ÓH ...

A: The preferred form of monosaccharides is a cyclic hemiacetal. 5 or 6 membered rings because of their...

Q: explain methods for cleaning beans using flat bed screen and drum spray cleaner

A: Much of the mechanical cleaning procedures must be performed in the field for proper storage of the ...

Q: Use the words obligate, facultative, aerobic, anaerobic, autotroph, and heterotroph to describe the ...

A: organism they may be auto or heterotrophs and aerobe and anaerobe depend on their type of metabolism...

Q: With regard to the glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase enzyme reaction:a) Write the mechanism o...

A: Since we only answer up to 3 sub-parts, we’ll answer the first 3. Please resubmit the question and s...

Q: Lipids are a group of molecules that can be divided into five major subgroups based on their structu...

A: Lipids can be broadly classified into simple, complex, derived, miscellaneous lipids: 1. Simple lipi...

Q: You spread 0.1 mL volume of a 10^(-6) dilution onto a nutrient agar plate. After 24 hours of incubat...

A: Orignal colony (OCD) density is the actual number of bacterial colonies, which are present in a bact...

Q: Account for the occurrence of lactose intolerance? Account for the distinct advantages of human milk...

A: We’ll answer the first question since the exact one wasn’t specified. Please submit a new question s...

Q: at room temperature, amino acids are solids with relatively high decomposition points. explain why

A: Amino acid contain a central alpha-carbon, a hydrogen, an alpha-amino group, an alpha-carboxylic gro...

Q: Both cellular respiration and photosynthesis use APT synthase to generate APT.  Please describe area...

A: Chemiosmosis is involved in the manufacture of adenosine triphosphate (ATP), the key molecule used b...

Q: BONUS: JA transition state can decay either to products or substrates. What factor determines which ...

A: The state of transition is the transitory molecular structure in which the molecule is no longer a s...

Q: *Test for Phosphate 1. Mix 1 mL of hydrolysate and 3 mL of NH4OH solution. 2. Add 10% HNO3 solution...

A: “Since you have asked multiple question, we will solve the first question for you. If youwant any sp...

Q: Unlike carbohydrates and fatty acids, protein shuld be supplied in regular basis. Why there is a nee...

A: Carbohydrate is a biomolecule consisting of carbon (C), hydrogen (H) and oxygen (O). They are simply...

Q: Explain how the number of amino acid differences between homologous proteins can be used to construc...

A: A phylogenetic tree represents the evolutionary relations between the organisms. It also helps to de...

Q: If we had the opportunity to recreate life on another planet using only ten of the twenty standard a...

A: Amino acids are the organic compounds that contain amine and carboxyl groups along with a side group...

Q: Answer the following questions in regards to chemically gated ion channels in neurons: a. What is th...

A: Gated ion channels are present on the membrane of a cell and cell organelles. These are of different...

Q: 1. For the following trisaccharide: a. Provide the abbreviated name b. Draw the chemical structure u...

A: Trisaccharide are the oligosaccharides composed of three monosaccharide units with two glycosidic bo...

Q: Arrange the following molecules in order of their biological energy content per mole : glucose, capr...

A:   Metabolism is a series of interconnected chemical reactions occurring within a cell; the chemical ...

Q: Use the EGF Pathway passage to answer the questions. EGF signals by binding to cell surface EGF rece...

A: EGF (Epidermal Growth Factor) is a 53 amino acid residue small protein. It is involved in oncogenesi...

Q: Differentiate protein complementation from supplementation? Give a concrete example in each category...

A: Proteins play an important role in healthy and balanced diet. If a person does not consume enough pr...

Q: how many different sugars and how many different heterocyclic bases are available for incorporation ...

A: The nucleotide is a subunit, which forms the DNA polynucleotide. These are comprised of nitrogenous ...

Q: If the disaccharide maltose is formed from two glucose monosaccharides, which are hexose sugars, how...

A: Maltose comprises two glucose molecules bound together by an alpha-(1,4') glycosidic bond. The enzym...

Q: Which broad class of enzymes catalyze the transfer of phosphate from ATP to alcohol functionalities?

A: each class of enzyme known to do a specific response.

Q: How many protons are shuttled from the matrix to the intermembrane space by the products of the Kreb...

A: Reduced coenzymes NADH and FADH2 retains most of the free energy produced during the process glucose...

Q: (a) What is the net charge at neutral pH of a tripeptide containing only alanine? (b) How does the t...

A: Alanine is an alpha-amino acid that is used in the biosynthesis of proteins. It contains an amine gr...

Q: The endocardium of the heart is composed of THREE layers. Describe their structure and also explain ...

A: The main organ of the circulatory system is the heart. It has four-chamber that is responsible for t...

Q: The major difference between a protein molecule in its native state and in its denatured state lies ...

A: Proteins are macromolecules formed by amino acids. A total of 20 different amino acids exist in prot...