Questions: Section I: 1. First, find out what nutrients Janine and Mitchell are talking about. Using a biology textbook and the resources listed, describe what the following molecules are and what they are used for in the human body. List some specific examples of each. Also list major dietary sources of each.
On the other hand, complex carbohydrates, like starch, are formed when copious amounts of simple sugar molecules are joined together. Because of the complexity of its bonds, these polysaccharides must be processed before it can be released as energy. Therefore, complex carbohydrates should be used when long term energy is needed, like playing sports. But some carbohydrates cannot be digested. Certain complex carbohydrates, like chitin and cellulose, have a slightly different chemical bond that cannot be broken down in the human bond.
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