Why can the human body reuse some of the enzymes found in raw fruits and vegetables, but not those in cooked fruits and vegetables?
A. When an enzyme is heated, its structure changes and it ...
... loses its ability to function.
B. Enzymes in uncooked foods are not digested and can be used for additional functions.
C. When an enzyme is heated, the product it forms with the substrate does not detach from the active site.
D. Enzymes in uncooked foods have active sites that change and can be reused for different functions.
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