review - I. II. III. IV. V. Dietary lipids A. TG B. Chol C....

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I. Dietary lipids A. TG B. Chol C. Phospholipids D. Path D.1. Go into gut D.2. Packaged into chilomicrons (which contain dietary lipids mostly TG) D.3. Carry dietary lipid t liver D.4. Carry dietary lipid to cells to store and use D.5. In the liver D.5.a. Mostly dietary lipid D.5.b. Indogenous lipid D.5.b.1) Excess nutrients D.5.b.2) Packaged into VLDL D.5.b.2.a) Deliver triglycerides to cells, mostly indogenous D.5.b.2.b) Comes back to liver D.5.c. LDL D.5.c.1) Delivers cholesterol D.5.c.1.a) To cells D.5.c.1.b) Ends up in arteries D.5.c.1.c) How you get heart disease D.5.c.1.d) Closes up arteries and can choke off blood flow D.5.c.1.e) BAD D.5.d. HDL D.5.d.1) Scavages cholesterol D.5.d.2) Picks up cholesterol from dead cells and arteries D.5.d.3) Carries it back to liver D.5.d.4) Some cholesterol made into bile (emulsifier) which is secreted back into SI D.5.d.5) Some bile is excreted into feces…but depends on soluble fiber intake II. Raise LDL A. Saturated fat will increase synthesis
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review - I. II. III. IV. V. Dietary lipids A. TG B. Chol C....

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