163.6.Lipid.stud

163.6.Lipid.stud - Outline 0. Lipids of interest 0....

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Outline 0. Lipids of interest 0. Triglycerides 1. Cholesterol 2. Phospholipids 1. Specific fatty acids 3. Sat, MUFA, PUFA, Trans 4. 2. 3. Specific forms of cholesterol 4. Vascular diseases What are the major functions of the body lipids? 5. Structure 5. Lipids in all cell membranes 6. 6. Metabolic regulation 7. Hormones 8. Blood clotting 9. Absorption of fat soluble vitamins 7. Energy source What are triglycerides? What are some common foods high in fat content? 8. Fat exchange 10. Oils, butter, margarine 9. High-fat meat exchange 11. Sausages, hot dogs, cheese 10. Milk exchange 12. Whole milk Saturated : all C have H ions attached Monounsaturated : having 1 double bond Polyunsaturated : having > 2 double bonds FA: double bond is at 3 rd or 6 th carbon from methyl end Chemically treated oils : 11. Hydrogenated and partially hydrogenated 12. Trans FA Types of fatty acids
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