Your Questions About Complex Carbohydrates Examples

Linda asks…

Examples of large complex molecules formed by joining together many smaller molecules include?

1 proteins and amino acids
2 carbohydrates and monosaccharides
3 Dna and protein
4 mitochondria and vacuoles

admin answers:

1. Protein is a large molecule formed from smaller amino acids.

Ken asks…

What foods are high in Protein and Complex Carbohydrates but low in Fats, Calories, and Sugars?

Hi, I’m looking for good foods that can help in aiding me with losing weight (40-50lbs body fat) and gaining muscle (15-25lbs lean muscle mass). I want a good, healthy food that I can eat during pre or post workout that wont spoil it after wards. I also will be taking protein shakes, but I need the complex carbs for good energy. Thank You So Much!!

As of now the only foods I know of like that are Greek Yogurt and Egg Whites (Bottled kind), and Tuna

Just some examples

The Greek Yogurt is like 20 Grams Protein @ like 100 Calories Per Serving

The Egg Whites are like 6 Grams Protein @ like 30 Calories Per Serving

The Tuna is like 13 Grams Protein @ like 60 Calories Per Serving

Just some examples

Thank You So Much!!

admin answers:

Fats are essential and healthy, skip the carbs instead. You will lose more body fat eating protein and fat (don’t eat protein alone) than not eating AT ALL. To lose weight fast eat all you want but nothing but meat, eggs, healthy oils, mayo, butter and half an avocado a day (you’ll need added potassium). Keep your fat percentage high. Adding in green vegetables & some cheese will continue weight loss but at a slower pace.

If you starve yourself, your body will freak out and will want to store every ounce in case it doesn’t get nourished again. You need to give it adequate nourishment so it doesn’t slow your metabolism down to adjust for lower calories.

Simple carbohydrates (sugar, flour, bread, cereal, pasta, potatoes, rice) triggers insulin which can store the calories you eat into fat. The more protein you eat the more the fat burning hormone glucagon is released. The more carbohydrate you eat the more the fat storage hormone insulin is released.

High insulin levels unbalance other hormones. Controlling your insulin level will balance out other hormones & allow human growth hormone (HGH) to be produced naturally so you will gain lean muscle even without exercise. Any exercise will greatly increase your muscle mass with high HGH levels.

Reducing body fat and increasing muscle mass will have you in awesome shape in no time. Good luck!

William asks…

Carbohydrates have chemical bonds that are a good source of energy for living things.?

1. Carbohydrates have chemical bonds that are a good source of energy for living things. A monosaccharide is a carbohydrate made by plants when energy from the sun combines water and carbon dioxide.

How are the two other types of carbohydrates formed? Give examples of each type.

HINT: Think about more complex sugars in chains

admin answers:

Starches, like in potatoes
Cellulose like in cell walls

Donna asks…

Incomplete protein? Examples?

What are 4 examples of incomplete proteins?
What are 4 examples of healthy complex carbohydrates?
Why is fat important?

admin answers:

An incomplete protein is one that is lacking an amino acid that in and of itself can’t complete the full 12 essential amino acids without the help of another food item that contains the missing amino acid.
Examples would be; nuts, beans, you can break this down further by naming any variety of nut or bean.
A complex carbohydrate is one that contains its complete nutrients as nature gave them like brown rice, whole grains, such as whole wheat, oats, corn etc.
Fat is important as it is what the body uses to make the hormones in the body.

John asks…

whats an example of a complex carbohydrate food or a recipe?

admin answers:

Some examples of healthy foods containing complex carbohydrates are:

Spinach Whole Barley Grapefruit
Turnip Greens Buckwheat Apples
Lettuce Buckwheat bread Prunes
Water Cress Oat bran bread Apricots, Dried
Zucchini Oatmeal Pears
Asparagus Oat bran cereal Plums
Artichokes Museli Strawberries
Okra Wild rice Oranges
Cabbage Brown rice Yams
Celery Multi-grain bread Carrots
Cucumbers Pinto beans Potatoes
Dill Pickles Yogurt, low fat Soybeans
Radishes Skim milk Lentils
Broccoli Navy beans Garbanzo beans
Brussels Sprouts Cauliflower Kidney beans
Eggplant Soy milk Lentils
Onions Whole meal spelt bread Split peas

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