Energy you require ...1

Energy you require....1




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1..  Types of Energy
You know different types of Energies.  You can see the picture to know.  Energy is the capacity to do work and measured in Kilo Calories which is equal to 1000 calories.

2..  Energy you require
Now we are discussing on the energy we require to do our day to day work.  It depend on the persons nature of work, height & weight.   Accordingly you should take your food.  We get energy with our food  and with that we do our profession work, our daily activities.  Even though if you are not working and simply sitting in your home your body needs energy to function its activities such as body function like breathing, digesting, cleaning of your internal parts etc...For these activities your body requires energy.  You get the energy with your food.   If you purchase any food item in a pack you can see how much energy you get by eating the food.

Energy fuels your body's internal functions, repairs, builds and maintains cells and body tissues, and supports the external activities that enable you to interact with the physical world. Water, your body's most important nutrient, helps facilitate the chemical reactions that produce energy from food.

3..  Human body Energy
The human body contains enormous quantities of energy. In fact, the average adult has as much energy stored in fat as a one-ton battery. That energy fuels our everyday activities, but what if those actions could in turn run the electronic devices we rely on? Today, innovators around the world are banking on our potential to do just that.
Movement produces kinetic energy, which can be converted into power. In the past, devices that turned human kinetic energy into electricity, such as hand-cranked radios, computers and flashlights, involved a person's full participation. But a growing field is tapping into our energy without our even noticing it.
Consider, for example, a health club. With every step you take on a treadmill and with every bicep curl, you turn surplus calories into motion that could drive a generator and produce electricity. The energy from one person's workout may not be much, but 100 people could contribute significantly to a facility's power needs.

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