When the body experiences an abnormal chemical reaction after the normal metabolic process, it leads to metabolic disorders. It is also due to the deficiencies of certain enzymes that are involved in the metabolism of carbohydrates, proteins, amino acids, etc. For some individuals, the body does not have the appropriate enzymes to break down food, while others would not be receiving the nutrition required to process metabolism. These are some factors associated with metabolic disorders. In many cases, failure of the liver or pancreas can cause a metabolic disorder. Most of the metabolic disorders are genetic. They do not exhibit any type of signs or symptoms. However, they depend on the intensity and type of disorder.
- Track 1-1 Metabolic brain diseases
- Track 2-2 Calcium metabolism
- Track 3-3 DNA repair-deficiency disorders
- Track 4-4 Glucose metabolism disorders
- Track 5-5 Hypercholesterolemia