Friday, July 3, 2009

Carbohydrates are a main source of energy

3:10 PM by dody ·
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Carbohydrates include the two main classes: starches and sugars. They are one of the primary sources of energy of our diet. One gram of carbohydrate yields 4 calories of energy. The amount of carbohydrates necessary in the daily diet is very variable and also depends on the amount of it eaten with the protein in meals. The average American adult consumes anywhere from 150 to 400 grams of carbohydrate daily. It takes about 500 grams to make a pound. Usually more than half the calories in the diet (from 50 to 70 per cent) are supplied by carbohydrate.
Unfortunately, these carbohydrates are usually refined to excess, as in the case of flours and sugars. Essential vitamins and proteins are lost in this way and certain nutritional deficiencies may result. If excessive carbohydrate is eaten in the diet, many individuals will experience symptoms of gassy distress, flatulence, belching, or bloating. Bread, flour, milk, cereals, potatoes, cornstarch, cakes, rice, and puddings are examples of dietary starch as are moat vegetables, although these contain lesser amounts of both carbohydrates and protein. Sugars are represented by cane sugar, corn syrup, honey, maple sugar and syrup, milk sugar, malt sugar, jams, jellies, and most fruits.
Two of the most common symptoms or sensations that humans feel daily are dependent on carbohydrate metabolism: that is, hunger and fatigue. Certain endocrine glands in the body control the level of blood sugar in the body and are linked to the feelings of hunger, fatigue, and exhaustion. When the blood sugar falls abnormally low, one feels headaches, nervousness, dizziness, or weakness.
Many of my patients combat these tendencies to hypoglycemia or low-blood sugar in the following simple ways: in between meals take fresh fruits, preferably bananas or apples, or canned fruit juices or fruits; English "tea" with whole wheat cookies or crackers, graham crackers, arrowroot cookies and if needed, some lean meat or fish in sandwich form; skim milk thickened and fortified with generous servings of skimmed milk powder; bread and jam; fat-free sherbet or ices; dietetic or low-fat ice cream; fruit jellos are refreshing; hard candies or chocolate bars are often very handy but not as desirable as the natural, healthful in-between meal "snacks," suggested above, as they often damage the teeth and may have too short-lived action on the blood sugar. Not infrequently sugar itself will cause a "rebound" reaction resulting in an even lower blood sugar fall one-half to one hour after the sugar has been eaten.
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4 comments:

柯云 said...
June 10, 2016 at 6:53 PM



Carbohydrates include the two main classes: starches and sugars. They are one of the primary sources of energy of our diet. One gram of carbohydrate yields 4 calories of energy. The amount of carbohydrates necessary in the daily diet is very variable and also depends on the amount of it eaten with the protein in meals. The average American adult consumes anywhere from 150 to 400 grams of carbohydrate daily. It takes about 500 grams to make a pound. Usually more than half the calories in the diet (from 50 to 70 per cent) are supplied by carbohydrate.
Unfortunately, these carbohydrates are usually refined to excess, as in the case of flours and sugars. Essential vitamins and proteins are lost in this way and certain nutritional deficiencies may result. If excessive carbohydrate is eaten in the diet, many individuals will experience symptoms of gassy distress, flatulence, belching, or bloating. Bread, flour, milk, cereals, potatoes, cornstarch, cakes, rice, and puddings are examples of dietary starch as are moat vegetables, although these contain lesser amounts of both carbohydrates and protein. Sugars are represented by cane sugar, corn syrup, honey, maple sugar and syrup, milk sugar, malt sugar, jams, jellies, and most fruits.
Two of the most common symptoms or sensations that humans feel daily are dependent on carbohydrate metabolism: that is, hunger and fatigue. Certain endocrine glands in the body control the level of blood sugar in the body and are linked to the feelings of hunger, fatigue, and exhaustion. When the blood sugar falls abnormally low, one feels headaches, nervousness, dizziness, or weakness.
Many of my patients combat these tendencies to hypoglycemia or low-blood sugar in the following simple ways: in between meals take fresh fruits, preferably bananas or apples, or canned fruit juices or fruits; English "tea" with whole wheat cookies or crackers, graham crackers, arrowroot cookies and if needed, some lean meat or fish in sandwich form; skim milk thickened and fortified with generous servings of skimmed milk powder; bread and jam; fat-free sherbet or ices; dietetic or low-fat ice cream; fruit jellos are refreshing; hard candies or chocolate bars are often very handy but not as desirable as the natural, healthful in-between meal "snacks," suggested above, as they often damage the teeth and may have too short-lived action on the blood sugar. Not infrequently sugar itself will cause a "rebound" reaction resulting in an even lower blood sugar fall one-half to one hour after the sugar has been eaten.

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soma taha said...
December 25, 2016 at 3:20 AM



Carbohydrates include the two main classes: starches and sugars. They are one of the primary sources of energy of our diet. One gram of carbohydrate yields 4 calories of energy. The amount of carbohydrates necessary in the daily diet is very variable and also depends on the amount of it eaten with the protein in meals. The average American adult consumes anywhere from 150 to 400 grams of carbohydrate daily. It takes about 500 grams to make a pound. Usually more than half the calories in the diet (from 50 to 70 per cent) are supplied by carbohydrate.
Unfortunately, these carbohydrates are usually refined to excess, as in the case of flours and sugars. Essential vitamins and proteins are lost in this way and certain nutritional deficiencies may result. If excessive carbohydrate is eaten in the diet, many individuals will experience symptoms of gassy distress, flatulence, belching, or bloating. Bread, flour, milk, cereals, potatoes, cornstarch, cakes, rice, and puddings are examples of dietary starch as are moat vegetables, although these contain lesser amounts of both carbohydrates and protein. Sugars are represented by cane sugar, corn syrup, honey, maple sugar and syrup, milk sugar, malt sugar, jams, jellies, and most fruits.
Two of the most common symptoms or sensations that humans feel daily are dependent on carbohydrate metabolism: that is, hunger and fatigue. Certain endocrine glands in the body control the level of blood sugar in the body and are linked to the feelings of hunger, fatigue, and exhaustion. When the blood sugar falls abnormally low, one feels headaches, nervousness, dizziness, or weakness.
Many of my patients combat these tendencies to hypoglycemia or low-blood sugar in the following simple ways: in between meals take fresh fruits, preferably bananas or apples, or canned fruit juices or fruits; English "tea" with whole wheat cookies or crackers, graham crackers, arrowroot cookies and if needed, some lean meat or fish in sandwich form; skim milk thickened and fortified with generous servings of skimmed milk powder; bread and jam; fat-free sherbet or ices; dietetic or low-fat ice cream; fruit jellos are refreshing; hard candies or chocolate bars are often very handy but not as desirable as the natural, healthful in-between meal "snacks," suggested above, as they often damage the teeth and may have too short-lived action on the blood sugar. Not infrequently sugar itself will cause a "rebound" reaction resulting in an even lower blood sugar fall one-half to one hour after the sugar has been eaten.

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soma taha said...
December 25, 2016 at 3:24 AM



Carbohydrates include the two main classes: starches and sugars. They are one of the primary sources of energy of our diet. One gram of carbohydrate yields 4 calories of energy. The amount of carbohydrates necessary in the daily diet is very variable and also depends on the amount of it eaten with the protein in meals. The average American adult consumes anywhere from 150 to 400 grams of carbohydrate daily. It takes about 500 grams to make a pound. Usually more than half the calories in the diet (from 50 to 70 per cent) are supplied by carbohydrate.
Unfortunately, these carbohydrates are usually refined to excess, as in the case of flours and sugars. Essential vitamins and proteins are lost in this way and certain nutritional deficiencies may result. If excessive carbohydrate is eaten in the diet, many individuals will experience symptoms of gassy distress, flatulence, belching, or bloating. Bread, flour, milk, cereals, potatoes, cornstarch, cakes, rice, and puddings are examples of dietary starch as are moat vegetables, although these contain lesser amounts of both carbohydrates and protein. Sugars are represented by cane sugar, corn syrup, honey, maple sugar and syrup, milk sugar, malt sugar, jams, jellies, and most fruits.
Two of the most common symptoms or sensations that humans feel daily are dependent on carbohydrate metabolism: that is, hunger and fatigue. Certain endocrine glands in the body control the level of blood sugar in the body and are linked to the feelings of hunger, fatigue, and exhaustion. When the blood sugar falls abnormally low, one feels headaches, nervousness, dizziness, or weakness.
Many of my patients combat these tendencies to hypoglycemia or low-blood sugar in the following simple ways: in between meals take fresh fruits, preferably bananas or apples, or canned fruit juices or fruits; English "tea" with whole wheat cookies or crackers, graham crackers, arrowroot cookies and if needed, some lean meat or fish in sandwich form; skim milk thickened and fortified with generous servings of skimmed milk powder; bread and jam; fat-free sherbet or ices; dietetic or low-fat ice cream; fruit jellos are refreshing; hard candies or chocolate bars are often very handy but not as desirable as the natural, healthful in-between meal "snacks," suggested above, as they often damage the teeth and may have too short-lived action on the blood sugar. Not infrequently sugar itself will cause a "rebound" reaction resulting in an even lower blood sugar fall one-half to one hour after the sugar has been eaten.

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انجين محمد said...
May 2, 2018 at 9:04 AM



Carbohydrates include the two main classes: starches and sugars. They are one of the primary sources of energy of our diet. One gram of carbohydrate yields 4 calories of energy. The amount of carbohydrates necessary in the daily diet is very variable and also depends on the amount of it eaten with the protein in meals. The average American adult consumes anywhere from 150 to 400 grams of carbohydrate daily. It takes about 500 grams to make a pound. Usually more than half the calories in the diet (from 50 to 70 per cent) are supplied by carbohydrate.
Unfortunately, these carbohydrates are usually refined to excess, as in the case of flours and sugars. Essential vitamins and proteins are lost in this way and certain nutritional deficiencies may result. If excessive carbohydrate is eaten in the diet, many individuals will experience symptoms of gassy distress, flatulence, belching, or bloating. Bread, flour, milk, cereals, potatoes, cornstarch, cakes, rice, and puddings are examples of dietary starch as are moat vegetables, although these contain lesser amounts of both carbohydrates and protein. Sugars are represented by cane sugar, corn syrup, honey, maple sugar and syrup, milk sugar, malt sugar, jams, jellies, and most fruits.
Two of the most common symptoms or sensations that humans feel daily are dependent on carbohydrate metabolism: that is, hunger and fatigue. Certain endocrine glands in the body control the level of blood sugar in the body and are linked to the feelings of hunger, fatigue, and exhaustion. When the blood sugar falls abnormally low, one feels headaches, nervousness, dizziness, or weakness.
Many of my patients combat these tendencies to hypoglycemia or low-blood sugar in the following simple ways: in between meals take fresh fruits, preferably bananas or apples, or canned fruit juices or fruits; English "tea" with whole wheat cookies or crackers, graham crackers, arrowroot cookies and if needed, some lean meat or fish in sandwich form; skim milk thickened and fortified with generous servings of skimmed milk powder; bread and jam; fat-free sherbet or ices; dietetic or low-fat ice cream; fruit jellos are refreshing; hard candies or chocolate bars are often very handy but not as desirable as the natural, healthful in-between meal "snacks," suggested above, as they often damage the teeth and may have too short-lived action on the blood sugar. Not infrequently sugar itself will cause a "rebound" reaction resulting in an even lower blood sugar fall one-half to one hour after the sugar has been eaten.

شركة تنظيف المنازل في دبي
هل ترغب في الحصول على أعلى مستوى من الجودة في خدمات التنظيف المختلفة للمنازل والفلل والقصور؟
هل تشعر ين بالتعب والإرهاق نتيجة القيام بأعمال التنظيف بصورة مستمرة ؟
هل تبحث عن أفضل شركة تنظيف المنازل في دبي؟
من الآن صار أمر الوصول إلى درجة التنظيف المثالي أمراً ميسوراً مع شركة تنظيف منازل في دبي ، فما نمتلكه من قدرات وإمكانيات يجعلنا أفضل شركة متخصصة في أعمال التنظيف المستمر والدائم.
نقوم بأعمال التنظيف المستمر لكل ما يحيط بكم، فننظف الأرضيات، ونقوم بغسيلها باستخدام المواد والمنظفات عالية الجودة، ونقوم بغسيل السجاد والموكيت والمفروشات بكل أنواعها، كما نقوم بعمل اللازم في تنظيف المطابخ والحمامات بطريقة فريدة مع التعقيم والتطهير والتعطير. فالوصول إلى التنظيف المثالي هو غايتنا في شركة تنظيف المنازل في دبي، وهو النتيجة التي ستصلون إليها بلا شك كل ذلك بأسعار مناسبة للجميع.
شركة تنظيف المنازل في أبو ظبي
هل تبحث عن الجودة والإتقان في أعمال تنظيف المنازل؟
هل تشعر بالإحباط نتيجة عدم مصداقية الكثير من الإعلانات؟
مع أفضل شركة تنظيف منازل في ابوظبي لن تجد غير الأمر الذي يسرك فخدماتنا المتنوعة وما نقدمه من عمل محترف؛ يجعل عملية الاستعانة بنا أمر ضروري لكل من يبحث عن عالم يشع بالنظافة في بيته وشقته ومكتبه، فالنظافة عنوان الجمال وعمليات التنظيف ضرورة لا غنى عنها لكي تحققوا الغاية المطلوبة.
شركة تنظيف المنازل في الشارقة.
نمتلك الخبرة والتجربة والشهرة في أعمال التنظيف في كل أنحاء الوطن فتاريخنا في شركة تنظيف منازل في الشارقة يشهد لنا بالنجاح والتفوق.
- نعتمد على العمالة المتخصصة والمدربة والتي تقدم أفضل الأعمال في أسرع وقت مع الحفاظ على خصوصيتكم وحماية ممتلكاتكم.
- لدينا خدمات التنظيف الشامل والعديد من الخدمات الإضافية، فالنتيجة التي ستصلون إليها هي الأفضل على الإطلاق.
- أفضل أنواع المنظفات عالية الجودة والتي لا تؤثر سلباً على ألوان الحوائط أو المفروشات أو الأنسجة.
- ننظف السجاد والموكيت بالبخار وبالتنظيف الكيماوي المحترف بما يعطيه لمعة المنتج الجديد.
- في شركة تنظيف المنازل في الشارقة أفضل معدات تنظيف البلاط والحوائط وأسطح الحمامات والمطابخ.
- أسعارنا لا مثيل لها فهي تناسب الجميع بلا شك.
شركة تنظيف المنازل في عجمان
هل تريد شركة متخصصة في أعمال التنظيف في عجمان؟
لدينا برنامج متكامل لتنظيف المنازل والفلل والشقق السكنية والتجمعات والفنادق ومقرات الأعمال، فنحن في شركة تنظيف منازل في عجمان أصحاب تاريخ حافل بالانجازات وسابقات الأعمال التي تشهد لنا بالتفوق والريادة على كافة الأصعدة وفي كل عمليات التنظيف التي تهمكم، فالتعامل مع عمليات التنظيف للمنازل يتم بمنتهى الاحترافية العالية، والتي تضمن لكم التخلص من كافة الأوساخ والبقع، فلدينا أفضل المنظفات الحصرية بالإضافة إلى عمليات التنظيف الجاف التي تضمن القضاء على كافة أشكال الاتساخ مع الحفاظ على الألوان بدون ضرر.
شركة تنظيف المنازل في العين
هل ترغب في تحقيق حلم التنظيف الشامل؟
لماذا تختار غير المتخصصين في أعمال التنظيف؟
هل فكرت في حجم الإنفاق والمجهود المبذول في تنظيف المنزل بلا نتيجة؟
كل هذه الأسئلة سوف تجد إجابتها لدينا في شركة تنظيف منازل في العين ، فخدماتنا متخصصة للغاية؛ لأننا أصحاب الخبرة الكبيرة في أعمال التنظيف الشامل والمستمر، فقط عندما ترغب في الوصول إلى أعلى درجات التنظيف بلا مشقة ولا مجهود وبلا أسعار مكلفة؛ يمكنك الاتصال علينا وسوف يصلك فريقنا المتخصص والمتميز.
تنظيف السلالم والمدخل والأرضيات والأحواض والحوائط ليس بالأمر الهين ولكن مع خدمات شركة تنظيف المنازل في العين سوف ترى الفرق الكبير، اتصل بنا الآن ولا تتردد....!!
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