Chapter 3

Name 6 basic needs of the body's cells
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Fluid filters out of blood through the capillary, whose walls are made of cells with small spaces between them
Fluid may enter a capillary and rejoin the bloodstream
Fluid may enter a lymph vessel to join the lymphatic fluids. Lymph flows through the vessels and ultimately into the bloodstream through a large lymph vessel that empties into a large vein.
drinking slowly, casually
eating food while drinking, or beforehand
no binge drinking - knowing when to stop
respect of non-drinkers
avoiding drinking when solving problems or making decisions
not admiring or encouraging drunkenness
remaining peaceful, calm & unchanged by drinking
causing no problems to others or themselves by drinking
Hormonal Functionsregulate the digestive system in response to meals or fasting inform the brain about the degree of body fatness help regulate hunger & appetite influence appetite changes during a woman's menstrual cycle & in pregnancy Regulate the body's reaction fo stress, suppressing hunger & digestionLiver excretory functionFilters toxins from blood; stores, transforms & mobilizes nutrientsKidneys excretory functionfilter wastes from blood and form urine and deliver it to the bladder for excretionBladder excretory functionexcretes urineexcessive alcohol consumptiongulp or chug drinks drink on empty stomach binge drink; drink to get drunk pressure others to drink turn to alcohol when facing problems or decisions consider drunks funny or admirable become loud, angry, violent, or silent when drinking physically or emotionally harm self or othersLiverstores glycogen, for cellular useMusclesstores glycogen, for it's own useAdipose tissuefat & fat-related substances for long-term energy needs