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Old 7th August 2008, 03:43 AM
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It would begin with an overview of how the human body actually works and how it consumes nutrition.
The human body is put together with chemical compounds such as amino acids, water, fatty acids, nucleic acids, and carbohydrates. These compounds in turn consist of elements such as hydrogen, oxygen, carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus, and may not carry minerals like iron, calcium or zinc. Minerals just can't always occur in the form of salts and electrolytes. All of these chemical compounds and elements happen in several varieties and combinations (e.g. phospholipids or hydroxyapatite), both in the material body and in organisms (e.g. plants, animals) that human beings eat.
The purposes of nutrition scientific discipline is to show you metabolic and physiological responses of the body to diet. With progressions in molecular biota, biochemistry, and genetic science, nutrition science is in addition developing into the survey of metastasis, which seeks to disconnect diet and health through the crystalline lens of biochemical operations.
Work in this field universally takes into account the state of the body before ingestion and after digestion as well as the chemical makeup of the food and the waste matter. Comparing the waste to the food can influence the particular forms of compounds and elements absorbed by the person. The result that the assimilated substance has on the body can be found by locating the difference between the pre-ingestion state and the post-digestion state. The result can only be observable after an extended cycle of time in which all food and ingestion must be exactly governed and all waste must be examined.
The list of variables considered in this type of investigation is very high. This makes scientifically valid nutritional study very time-consuming and pricey. The research is generally limited to large drug companies or food manufacturers like Pfizer or Merck. Of course the FDA has a large enough budget to be a major player. There are several major Universities who also specialize in this enormous field.
Nutritional Science is a immense topic. Much too broad to be laid out in one brief paper or even a short series of brief articles. Of course, I will be publishing a series of articles that go into more detail. If you can't wait until then, Until next time, good health and good nutrition!
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Old 7th August 2008, 09:36 PM
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Sorry What does this have to do with:
Research and the Scientific Validity of Homeopathy?????????????

Are you posting from China? Is there Homeopathy In China?
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