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NTR EXAM 2 Study Guide Module 4: 1. What are the 3 categories of fats and lipids? Describe them 2. What are bio acids? 3. Where does cholesterol come from in the body? What’s the structure? 4. Name the five types of unsaturated fats 5. What are the two types of triglycerides? 6. Fat doesn’t mix with blood on its own. What allows it to do so? 7. What part of the phospholipid molecule mixes with water? 8. What part of the phospholipid molecule mixes with fat? 9. Phospholipids are important to keeping water and fat from separating in this condiment. 10. Cholesterol can only come from animals because it is made where? 11. What two groups are at the end of the fatty acid tails of the phospholipid? 12. Which triglycerides have double bonds? 13. Which triglycerides spoil more easily? 14. If the double bond is on the third carbon from the methyl end of an unsaturated fat, what do we call it? 15. What kinds of fats are straight, firm, and hard at room temp? 16. What kinds of fats are bent at one angle because they have one double bond?
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