Proteins are the main material that our body consists of. Lack of proteins leads to serious consequences, up to disruption of all organs and systems.
What is protein and why does the body need it
Protein is an organic substance made up of amino acids that are linked together by a chain. In living organisms, there are 20 amino acids in total, but thanks to various combinations, they form the whole variety of proteins.
Proteins are formed from amino acids, which can be interchangeable, synthesized in the body, and indispensable in the body through food.
Proteins perform many functions in the body. Continue reading
Vitamin deficiency – a deficiency of vitamins in the body – manifests itself in different ways depending on which vitamin is missing. More often faced with a lack of several vitamins. The risk of vitamin deficiency increases in the spring, when the body lacks vitamins C, A, E, D.
Causes of vitamin deficiency
• Unbalanced nutrition
Vitamins enter the human body with food or are synthesized in it from their predecessors – provitamins under certain conditions. A uniform diet, the absence of important components in the diet: vegetables, or protein foods, or fats – leads to a deficiency of vitamins and vitamin deficiency. Continue reading
Today the word “immunity” is heard. We all know that immunity must be enhanced, strengthened, strengthened. And when it weakens, we begin to hurt. And what is included in this concept? How, how, where is immunity formed?
Immunity – what is it?
The protection of our body from various pathogens: toxins, germs, viruses – and this is immunity – is carried out by various organs. The main ones include bone marrow (red) and thymus (thymus gland), where lymphocytes are formed – the main cells of the immune system. B-lymphocytes are formed in the bone marrow, as well as precursors of T-lymphocytes, the latter differentiate (turn) into T-lymphocytes in the thymus. Continue reading