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What gland plays a vital role in metabolism and regulates the body's metabolic processes?

Thyroid Gland, Thyroid Stimulating Hormone(TSH) stimulates the follicular cells in the Thyroid to release T3 and T4 which regulates the body's metabolic process.

Which endocrine gland releases a hormone that regulates the rate of metabolism?

The thyroid gland released thyroid hormone, which overall sets the basal metabolic rate. However, other hormones can temporarily affect metabolic rate, including epinephrine and norepinephrine.

Which hormone regulates metabolism?

The Thyroid gland produces thyroxine, which regulates metabolism throughout the body.

What is the function of thyroxine hormone?

regulates metabolism

Hormone regulates rate of metabolism?


This hormone regulates carbohydrate metabolism?


What hormone regulates metabolic rate?

possibly thyroxine

Which hormone regulates the carbohydrate and protein metabolism?


What is the hormone that regulates metabolism?

Thyronin also Thyroxine

Does the liver secrete a hormone that regulates metabolism?

No. Your liver does not secretes any such hormone. Your thyroid does.

Why every body have different body metabolism?

One of the reasons is because of a difference in the release of thyroid hormone. The thyroid is an endocrine gland that regulates the body's metabolic rate. If it increases the release of thyroid hormone, it increases the body's metabolic rate and vice versa. There are disorders where the thyroid releases too much or too little thyroid hormone. Hypothyroidism (too little) results in a metabolism that is too slow. Hyperthyroidism (too much) results in a metabolism that is very fast.

Regulates the rate of metabolism in the body?

Thyroid-stimulating hormone

What adrenal cortical hormone regulates glucose metabolism?


What hormone stimulates and maintains metabolic processes?


What is thyrotropin releasing hormone's role in the endocrine system?

it stimulates the thyroid to produce the thyroid hormone which regulates metabolic rate

What controls the sugar metabolism?

A hormone called insulin regulates your sugar levels.

What is calcitonin?

Calcitonin is another term for thyrocalcitonin, a hormone which regulates calcium and phosphate metabolism.

The principal hormone that increases the metabolic rate in body cell us?

The hormone that is responsible for maintaining metabolism within the cell is Thyroid hormone, specifically T3.

What hormone has an anti -inflammatory action and regulates the metabolism of carbohydrates fats and proteins in the body?


What does insalin do in the body?

insulinis a hormone that regulates carbohydrate and fat metabolism in the body

Which gland regulates growth?

The gland that regulates growth us the pituitary gland, it secretes growth hormone and increases metabolism to support growth. .

What does the fsh hormone do?

FSH regulates the development, growth, pubertal maturation, and reproductive processes of the body

Which organ secretes a hormone that regulates the rate of metabolism in the human body?

It's the thyroid gland. The hormones are triiodothyronine and thyroxine.

What does thyroid hormone regulate?

The thyroid hormone regulates the basal metabolic rate. Your body is consuming some energy at rest. The amount of that energy is decided by the thyroid hormone. In hypothyroidism, you become lethargic. In hyperthyroidism, you become hyperactive.

Produces a hormone that regulates metabolism?

The thyroid gland produces two versions triiodothyronine (T3) and tetraiodothyronine (T4) also known as thyroxine. These hormones help regulate metabolism.