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Nutrition 411: Importance of Macromolecules🎙Podcast


Do you know why Macromolecules are extremely important for your health? Are you wondering what macromolecules are? No problem! We have a podcast on that, along with some information that you may find interesting on why you may want to know how Macromolecules can help your nutritious diet.

You will definitely want to read about three  macromolecules that are important to your health, Carbohydrates, Fats and Protein👇 Let us know what you think by sharing it on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram using the hashtag #ZeroDoubtClub.

What Are Macromolecules?

By now, many of us know that when it comes to our eating habits, focusing on whole foods and keeping mostly away from processed foods is what yields the most internal health success. Why do we even care to talk about macromolecules and nutrition labels then?

Macromolecules – Zero Doubt Club Podcast 🎙 Episode 51

How Do We Use Them in Our Wellness Journey?

Understanding what macromolecules are, the importance of each one in our diet, suggested consumption of each, and how to correlate them to foods that you eat that do have nutrition labels is very important to ensure you are getting an adequate amount of each macromolecule without over consuming. and how you can make decisions about the foods that may be processed based on the nutrition label. 

What are the Main Dietary Macromolecules?

The macromolecules we must consume in our diet in order to survive are carbohydrates, proteins, and fats. As mentioned before, the importance of knowing the macromolecules is to understand the use for them in the body and also to understand why we can’t just consume carbohydrates or fats all day, everyday without prioritizing the other macromolecules for specific bodily functions. So what major roles do the macromolecules play?

  • Carbohydrates are our body’s main energy source. Carbohydrates yield glucose when broken down which is actually the ONLY energy source that the brain can use in order to function.
  • Proteins are our body’s construction company. Proteins play MANY important roles in the body: energy production, structural functions, enzymatic activity, communicative activity, etc., but when we focus in on exercise, protein is the main source of rebuild for muscles that are broken down, meaning that if you don’t consume protein while following an exercise regimen, your muscles will not grow.
  • Fats are our body’s protective mechanisms and communicators. Fat is the number one storage and protective player in the body, covering all vital organs and accumulating around the body to help with homeostasis (equilibrium of the body). Fat also helps create many hormones that are necessary for survival and appropriate organ and endocrine function. 

Why are Macromolecules Important? 

Again, this is important because prioritizing all macromolecules in your diet guarantees healthy functioning of the body. When eating wholes foods, many don’t come with nutrition labels because they only have one ingredient and are bought fresh. We know that whole foods are great because they are packed with vitamins, minerals, and are easily digestible, but, it’s important to know that you can’t eat nine apples a day for every meal and expect your body to function optimally, you need to also ensure you are consuming healthy, whole protein and fat sources as well.

If you do not know what sources are best for whole, healthy proteins/fats/carbs or even how much to eat from each macro, try the healthy meals subscriptions at Zero Doubt Club Meals, delivered to your home locally in Cleveland, Ohio.  Find what is best for you to be your healthiest, happiest self!

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