Questions about corn that I don't really know

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            1. Why is corn considered to be an incomplete protein?
            2. What other dietary conditions might result in a low hemoglobin count?
            3. How are sodium ions involved in the nervous system?

Oct 8th, 2015

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Why is corn considered to be an incomplete protein?

Corn is considered incomplete proteins because it is low or lacking in one or more of the amino acids needed to build cells.

What other dietary conditions might result in a low hemoglobin count?

·  Blood loss

·  Red Blood cell synthesis problems

·  Bone marrow suppression

 How are sodium ions involved in the nervous system?

It is important to note that Neurons send messages electrochemically. This means that chemicals cause an electrical signal. Chemicals in the body are electrically-charged. When they have an electrical charge, they are called ions. They include sodium ions and potassium ions


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