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Unformatted text preview: travel in the blood in lipoproteins. Lipids and bile form micelles, which aid lipid absorption. Lipoproteins help transport lipids through the blood. Lipids are stored in the body during fasting in which, adipose tissues are broken down and the fatty acids and glycerol are, released into the blood. Some triglycerides are, used immediately for energy and others are stored for future use (Thiesha, Frazier, 2009). Therefore, lipids are continuously stored and then broken down, depending on the immediate energy needs of the body in adipose tissues, which provides a concentrated source of energy (Thiesha, Frazier, 2009)....
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