Food, Biology

FOOD

  • Food consists of H O, minerals, vitamins carbohydrate, lipid & protein.
  • A person needs 1600 cal. per day. This is BMR (Basal metabolic rate).
  • Needed 2500 cal. per day for routine life. It is RMR (Routine metabolic rate).
  • During heavy physical work, needed 10000 cal. per day. It is AMR (Active metabolic rate).
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