Carbohydrates are made from Carbon, Hydrogen, and Oxygen.
Lipids are made from a long chain of bonded carbons.
Proteins are made from Amino Acids, which contain carbon, nitrogen, oxygen, and hydrogen.
1. What do Carbohydrates do for us?
Carbohydrates break down glucose for energy. Glycogen is stored in the liver and muscles from the glucose that is not used.
2. Why are Lipids important?
Lipids are fat.
3. Why are Proteins important?
They are the main structural components for the body.
4. Concept Map for Carbohydrates.