The daily norm of carbohydrates for an adult is 5-8 g per 1 kg of body weight (depending on the energy costs of the body). During the oxidation of 5 g of carbohydrates, 88 kJ of energy is released, which is enough to heat 1 kg of the human body from a temperature of 36.6 C to a temperature of 62. What could the heating of human body cells to such a temperature lead to? Why is this not really happening?
With excessive heating of the cells of the human body, the processes of synthesis of proteins and organoids are disrupted in them. All this can lead to cell death. Overheating does not occur (in a healthy body) since the energy obtained as a result of the oxidation of carbohydrates is expended in the synthesis of substances in the body, its physical work
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