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What gives more energy - water or lettuce?

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2008-01-11 10:51:26
2008-01-11 10:51:26

Water. It take less to digest and gives you more than Head Lettuce

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By water lettuce, I assume you mean iceburg lettuce. I figure it would take about 4 heads of lettuce to make one pound (a medium sized head is about 250g). There are 90 calories in each head, so:90x4 = 360 caloriesThat's without any dressings, oils, spices, etc. - just the lettuce.Lettuce has been called a negative calorie food. It takes more energy to chew and digest the lettuce than it provides in calories.


If you put the lettuce in fresh water there are more salts in the leaf than in the water, so the water will move back into the cells and make them rigid again, because the cells will swell. So if your lettuce in limp, laying it in water will make it crisp again.


on water because it gives the plant more energy to grow


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As lettuce's molecular structure is mainly made up of water (H2O), humans are unable to obtain energy, nor vitamins and nutrients from that source of food. As well as being made up of mainly water, lettuce, is a plant of cellulase. Therefore, humans need a more adequate source of food to help the body maintain its energy levels


As lettuce's molecular structure is mainly made up of water (H2O), humans are unable to obtain energy, nor vitamins and nutrients from that source of food. As well as being made up of mainly water, lettuce, is a plant of cellulase. Therefore, humans need a more adequate source of food to help the body maintain its energy levels.


It is important because it causes an electrolyte imbalance. Gives you more energy.


Give them a turnip (it gives them a lot of energy), a carrot (gives them a little more energy) , feed them, and put them in the meadow. Hope this helps!


Lettuce has more water to the leaf, while cabbage is firm. They are also two totally distinct plant species (Lactuca - lettuce and Brassica - cabbage)


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Iceberg lettuce actually doesn't have much nutrition at all...it is mostly water. Greener lettuces, like romane lettuce, are packed with more vitamins and other important nutrients.


makes the molecules move faster. dding heat to water gives the molecules more kinetic energy, resulting in faster motion. It does not change the energy level of electrons or the number of electrons in the molecules.


It takes a pretty large amount of energy to melt ice into water. The ice will "steal" that energy from its surroundings to melt. That makes it more effective at cooling.


The continuous addition of thermal energy (heat) gives more and more kinetic energy to the water molecules. Eventually the molecules have so much kinetic energy that they break the bonds holding the molecules in liquid form and escape into the air in the phase change to a gas.


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