anonymous
  • anonymous
Which of the following offers the most complete list of how proteins function in the body? Brain health and development, speeding up reactions, preventing blood clots Energy production, enzyme development, increased reaction speed Regulation of metabolism, cholesterol conversion, controlling inflammation Structural support, communication within the body, defense against foreign invaders
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anonymous
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My guess will be the last one - Structural support, communication within the body, defense against foreign invaders. Although, I believe enzymes are very important. So, i'm not sure.
anonymous
  • anonymous
D, although I struggled with A, proteins do not comprise the major bulk of the brain or neuro system.
mphetang
  • mphetang
the last option is the right answer.

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jhonyy9
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- i think the protein is a nutrient needed by the human body for growth and maintenance so after this the last one will be right sure

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