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Adenosine Triphosphate

Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP) is an organic chemical that serves as an energy source for many cellular processes. The human body recycles its own body weight equivalent in ATP each day.[1] Sources: 1. Study Type: Review Title: Opening and closing the metabolite gate Author(s): Susanna Törnr

Keywords (2) Energy, Mitochondria

Butyric Acid

Butyric acid (Butanoic acid) Butyrate is produced in the colon through microbial fermentation of dietary fiber. Butyrate is then primarily absorbed and metabolized by colonocytes and the liver for the generation of ATP during energy metabolism; however, some butyrate is absorbed in the distal colon

Keywords (6) Antibacterial, Carbohydrate Metabolism, DNA, Energy, Lipid Metabolism, Short Chain Fatty Acids