(Not for school, personal question) I am a 14 yr old, 15 in Jan. I lift weights and stick to a diet, recently I haven't been working out due to a hip injury that is healing slowly but surely. I have been using whey protein powder after workout, not to much as I know it is unhealthy for you (32 grams with plenty of water). I just recently found out about vegan protein and heard it is healthier then whey, not sure if I should switch to vegan or whey. I am not vegan and not thinking of switching to being vegan just wondering which is healthier and which will have side effects. I apologize for any typos, currently on mobile.
Neither of them are exactly "healthy" but there are different effects to both
You need to have amino acids in the whey protein that you choose if you want to gain muscle, so you should read the label and see which one has the essential amino acids in the whey protein because it is overall good for weight loss after a workout and gaining muscle. Whey protein is also a speedy recovery protein. Although plant based protein have less calories it is not necessarily better or healthier than whey protein.
At what stage does the umbilical cord develop? during the first trimester during the second trimester during ovulation during fertilization
during the first trimester is the answer
Answer: 5th week
Explanation: the umbilical cord develops from and contains remnants of the yolk sac and allantois. It forms by the 5th week (1st trimester) of development
Assume that you are looking at cell cultures from the lining of the stomach, the wall of the heart, and a leg muscle, but the slides are not labeled. How can you identify each cell structure?
It is possible to identify the cells of the stomach wall because of their elongated and rectangular shape. It is possible to identify the cells of the heart wall because of their branched and striated fibers. It is possible to identify leg muscle cells through the long, cylindrical fibers with many nuclei.
How to proceed when there are many cell cultures, without identification?
First, each cell culture should be observed under the microscope.
Next, the shape and cellular arrangement of the different cells should be observed.
Next, the intercellular structures should be observed.
Finally, specialists, books, and any material that helps with identification should be consulted.
To identify the cells it is also possible to perform staining tests. These tests require prior knowledge about dyes and how each one works, so they can be tricky for inexperienced people.
By the construction and function and i think the thickness and the organelles
Please answer quickly, i promise to give brainliest!!!!!!!!!!How do muscle, bone, and tendon interact to create movement at a joint?
Question 4 options:
Bone and tendon both contract and pull on the muscle, causing the joint to move
Bone contracts and pulls on the muscle that pulls on the tendon, causing the joint to move
Muscle contracts and pulls on the tendon that pulls on the bone, causing the joint to move
Tendon contracts and pulls on the muscle that pulls on the bone, causing the joint to move
The correct answer is A. The muscle contracts causing the tendon to pull on the bone.
Which best describes the main role of digestion in the human body
The primary role of the digestion system is to breakdown food into smaller components (nutrients), absorption of nutrients and elimination of solid waste products.
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ATPN order requires 500ml Of Dextrose 30%.You find that the pharmacy only stocks Dextrose 70%. How much water will you need to add?
286 ml of water
Since 500ml Of Dextrose 30% is needed to be produced from Dextrose 70%. Let us assume that x ml of Dextrose 70% is mixed with water to get 500 ml of Dextrose 30%. Hence:
30% of 500 ml = 70% of x
70x = 15000
Dividing through by 70:
x = 214 ml
Therefore 214 ml of Dextrose 70% is used
The amount of water used is gotten using:
amount of water = Amount of Dextrose 30% - Amount of Dextrose 70%