When vitamins are absorbed directly into the blood and then used up or washed out of the body what are they known as?
These would be water soluble vitamins, such as the B-vitamins and Vitamin C.
Vitamins are used in their original form by the cells. They do not require digestion. They are absorbed directly from the digestive tract, transported by the blood to the cells, and the cells absorb and use what they need. Because vitamins are absorbed by the body 'as is' - not broken down and digested.
If you snort vitamins they will be directly released into the blood stream via the nasal passage. This is NOT a good way to take vitamins as the nutrients and components in the vitamins are better absorbed in the stomach's acids. DO NOT SNORT VITAMINS
Vitamins are used in their original form by the cells. They do not require digestion. They are absorbed directly from the digestive tract, transported by the blood to the cells, and the cells absorb and use what they need. Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Why_is_there_no_enzyme_to_digest_vitamins#ixzz1dn0axIoO
no, they will have to be acted on by the digestive enzymes passed into the small intestine before they are been transported or absorbed into the body.
Fat soluble vitamins are first absorbed into the lymphatic system and then into the blood stream, unlike water soluble vitamins that are absorbed straight into the blood system. Many fat soluble vitamins require protein carriers for transport, are stored in cells associated with fat, and are less readily excreted making the risk of toxicity greater. On the other hand water soluble vitamins travel freely through out the body.
You get amino acids from the proteins. You get glucose from the carbohydrates. You get glycerol and the fatty acids from fats. You have the vitamins and minerals in the food. All of these are absorbed in the blood stream.
Long chain fatty acids
Which two substances are absorbed into the blood with out being digested starch fat fiber minerals protein vitamins?
it is soluble cheese and eggs
the substances are absorbed directly into the blood
Alcohol is a liquid that is absorbed directly into the blood stream from the stomach. Food is absorbed through the intestines, but it must be broken down first. That is why alcohol is absorbed faster.
Approximately percent of alcohol that is consumed by a person is absorbed directly into the blood through the stomach?
The answer is a 20% (r!++3r
Nutrients are absorbed into the bloodstream through small finger-like nodules on the wall of the called?
Villi and microvilli are found mostly in the small intestine allowing nutrients to be absorbed to the cell first, then to the blood stream. They are not absorbed directly.
What substances cannot be absorbed directly into the blood hence merge into spherical complexes known as micelles?
Fats or lipids or triglycerides.
yes, glycerol can be absorbed directly into the blood cells as it has been broken down by the peptidase in the small intestine. It takes three processes till it can reach this point the first process is it is broken down by the enzyemes, next it is broken down in the pancreas by the trpsin and finally it is broken down in the peptidase which is the last process making the food the correct size… Read More
yes, alcohol is a rapidly absorbed carb leaving low blood sugar later as well as depleting the body of vital B vitamins.
Most nutrients are absorbed directly into the blood but fats are taken into the lacteal (part of the lymphatic system)
Food is absorbed into the blood in the small intestines.
The food is not absorbed. The water, nutrients, minerals, and vitamins that are found in what we eat or drink are absorbed through the intestines. The food bulk is excreted from the body. Also, not drinking enough water causes chapped lips, a stuffy nose, and constipation.
Food materials absorbed by the digestive tract and collected by capillaries of the blood stream then flow directly to what part of the body?
Food material absorbed by the digestive tract and collected by capillaries of the blood stream are emptied into the hepatic portal vein. From there the liver removes excesses either store or are metabolized and excreted.
It is absorbed into the blood through the vili in the small intestine.
Because the hepatic portal vein carried blood directly from the small intestine to the liver before going to the heart. Meaning the liver gets all the nutrients in it directly.
Anything absorbed by the small intestine goes into the blood. The small intestine is lined by finger-shaped projections called villi. The villi provide a greatly enlarged surace area for absorption. Each villus contains a network of blood capillaries which absorb most digested food eg sugars, amino acids, vitamins. Water is also absorbed into the blood from the large intestine. http://www.kidshealth.org/parent/general/body_basics/digestive.html http://www.vivo.colostate.edu/hbooks/pathphys/digestion/smallgut/absorb_water.html
Which group of fats are absorbed pass through the intestinal cells and diffuse into capillaries and thus directly into the blood stream?
Water-soluble glycerol and short and medium chain fatty acids.
because carbohy. are water soluble and easly absorbed and go directly to blood streem and metabolised into CO2 + H2O + energy
your body absorbs the nutrients in food through the lining of your stomach and intestine, and they go directly into the bloodstream. Alcohol does this too, that is why the cops measure your BAC, Blood Alcohol Content.
Nutrients are absorbed from the small intestine the blood (red) vessel travel through.
All nutrients we have taken are absorbed into the blood in the small intestine. The excess are stored in the liver from where if required is again absorbed into the blood.
After the break down of food by the stomach and the mouth. Majority of food is absorbed in the small intestines after the stomach. While the large intestines do absorb nutrients its main function is the reabsorption of water before defection. Some molecules can be directly absorbed into the bloodstream in the stomach by their composition and the amount of blood supply to the stomach itself for example alcohol.
Yes they are absorbed into the red blood cells that is why it you wouldn't get that instant "high" from snorting them because it has to be absorbed into your bloodstream
The drug is absorbed very rapidly into the system and directly into the blood stream. It avoids first past metabolism and therefore it is more effective and in a shorter amount of time.
"Washed in the blood" is figurative, as no Christians wash with blood. The blood would have to be Jesus' anyway, and it's probably not around any more. The symbol is that Christ's sacrifice helped "clean up" the world's sins. "Washed in water" means baptism. Some Anabaptist would not quite agree with the above since they do not believe in baptism. They would define washed in the water as being the first birth, being the physical… Read More
Nutrients are absorbed in capillaries of villi of intestine .
it is not absorbed because of dead cells, or pathogen!
Well, if it were possible, it would kill you. The only way this could possibly occur is if it were directly PUT (injected) into the blood stream. Inside of a man, excess sperm is easily absorbed into the system because it is basically a protein. When a woman is impregnated, the excess is simply absorbed by the system. In the blood stream, it would be seen by the system as a foreign matter and would… Read More
The small intestine is where nutrients get into the blood.
No, Jesus did not have to be washed clean with his blood because he never sinned, or dirtied, himself. Jesus' blood is considered figuratively as the source of washing away human sins. This is symbolized by robes worn on humans, that were once dirty, and then washed clean with the blood of the lamb, which represents Jesus' sacrifice. The robes of sinful humans were made white after being washed with the lambs blood. The white… Read More
Fructose is one of three types of dietary monosaccharide that are absorbed directly into the blood stream during the human digestive process. It has a boiling point of 824Â°F (440Â°C).
It is found in abundance in tropical fats such as palm oil B) It is a precursor for bile and vitamin D synthesis C) It is absorbed directly into the blood D) It is not formed in the body when provided by the diet
It is immediately absorbed into the blood.
absorbed through the blood stream
The blood vessel called the mesentery is usually rich in nutrients that is absorbed from the small intestines.
The bacteria of the large intestine aid in digestion by eating the cellulose in the digested chyme causing waste material. In other words, they help digest the food you eat. And they produce B complex vitamins as well as most of the Vitamin K that we need for proper blood clotting. Once formed, these vitamins are absorbed from the large intestine and enter the blood. Another by-product of bacterial action is flatulence, or the production… Read More
from the aveolus
they washed their hands in his blood
In larger "corporate" chicken farms, eggs are collected via machinery and conveyor belts that transport the eggs directly from the layers to cleaning stations where they are washed, ridding them of bacteria, dirt, and blood spots.
Water and minerals are absorbed through the intestines. But some minerals like magnesium can be absorbed through the skin.
It is absorbed into the blood through the vili
no it really will not hurt but the best vitamins is the prenatial vitamins that your obgyn can provide, a simple blood test is for the doctor to see where your blood levels are, whether you need more iron or calcium, etc..