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dudek - chapter 4

lipids commonly referred as fats. to include: triglycerides, phospholipids and sterols
triglycerides account for 98% of lipids in foods and major storage form of fat in the body
cholesterol used to make hormones and vitamin D
Fat function of fat is to provide energy 9 KCAL/G also provides insulation
saturated fats each carbon atom has as much hydrogen it can hold
unsaturated fats each carbon atom can hold more hydrogen
LDL-cholesterol low density lipids. carry cholesterol from liver to tissues.
omega 3 fatty acids help to lower triglycerides levels. best sources are cold water fish(salmon, trout)
hydrogenation process of adding hydrogen to unsaturated oils
trans fatty acids produced thru process of hydrogenation
Created by: N119