During mensuration, if a woman is losing a lot of blood, would eating a cube of cheese (30g) help her feel better?
Every woman first and foremost has a different pain tolerance and - depending on the eating and health habits of the woman, will vary. Cheese is high in Fat (10g), sodium (200mg), and cholesterol (alongside the 1g of sugars and 7g of proteins). Because the woman is losing so much blood, she is losing a lot of osmolarity (fluid volume/water in the blood) which, on top of already being lost during menstruation, is being depleted within our cells and interstitial fluid. The cheese would make her feel better simply because of the increased salt (sodium) and nutrient intake to regain water (reduce osmolarity depletion) resulting in decreased blood flow but that also depends on her neuropathy.
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How is fat stored as an endocrine organ?
We have two types of: Fat cells (adipose cells) are masses of intramyocellular tissue known as adipose and known as Visceral and/or Subcutaneous. visceral is in the abdominal regions of the body (greater in men than women) whereas subcutaneous fat tends to gather in the hips, thighs, and arms. They produce Insulin hormones which also can cause DIABETES MELLITUS if there is too much in the blood (this causes the rapid uptake of glucose. Too much in the blood increases the surface area expression of the already present adipose tissue).