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UNIT 1: THE EARTH, AN INHABITED PLANET
Common substances to all living beings - Water - Minerals - Carbohydrates - Fats - Proteins
UNIT 1: THE EARTH, AN INHABITED PLANET WATER: about seventy five percent of our body.
UNIT 1: THE EARTH, AN INHABITED PLANET MINERALS: necessary for blood. For example: iron,...
UNIT 1: THE EARTH, AN INHABITED PLANET CARBOHYDRATES: energy for our body (for example sugar,...).
UNIT 1: THE EARTH, AN INHABITED PLANET FATS: store of energy (for example olive oil,...).
UNIT 1: THE EARTH, AN INHABITED PLANET PROTEINS: they are vital for growth (for example meat,...).
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