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I understand the edema is from decreased protein- why is Starvation Ketosis wrong? Couldn't his proteins be degraded through this process: Protein--Amino acids-- Acetyl CoA-- Ketones
Sources of nitrogen can be meat, eggs, and dairy product which he wasn't eating. The man had a low nitrogen intake but was still excreting nitrogen. Therefore, he had a negative nitrogen balance. A prolonged negative nitrogen balance may lead to a decrease in the plasma protein level, edema, anemia, lowered resistance to infection, increased susceptibility to certain toxic substances, the development of fatty liver or perhaps other serious sequel
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I gseus ti odwul ont plxenia eht me?dae