SCI241 Week 4 DQ 2

SCI241 Week 4 DQ 2 - formed into the blood Lipids are...

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SCI241 Week 4 DQ 2 Yolanda Campos If we pour oil into water the oil will float to the top. So it is impossible to mix them together. Eating fat but digest and absorb in our body will not mix. Water and fat cannot mix which can be a problem to transport lipids through our body. To absorb lipids is by the intestines and transporting them into our blood to mix water and fat together. We digest lipids, starting by eating then passes through our stomach and small intestines. To completely digest and absorb lipids it takes an average of 24 hours. To absorb lipids, it starts in the small intestine and re-
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Unformatted text preview: formed into the blood. Lipids are delivered to the muscles and adipose to store and use for energy. Lipids are stored into the adipose tissue. Triglycerides stored in adipose that are broken down into energy. Insulin is increased and adipose takes up and store lipids as needed. Lipids from adipose are needed to provide energy to our body. As said some fats are needed in our body and some are bad. But to keep eating and staying healthy the fat we eat are digested and absorb throughout our body and produces the energy we need to do activity or just getting up to clean and do errands....
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