WEEK 4 DQ 2 - The water soluble lipids get absorbed...

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WEEK 4 DQ 2 The beginning stage in the movement of lipids through the body begins in the liver. Bile is produced by the liver so that it may be digested and absorbed into the small intestine. Pancreatic lipase released into the small intestine digests triglycerides. The combination of lipids and bile form micelles, which help with the absorption of lipids.
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Unformatted text preview: The water - soluble lipids get absorbed directly into the portal blood. Other lipids enter the lymph and then the blood, then transforming them into body cells. Fat that was not absorbed is metabolized in the large intestine, in which small amounts of fat is lost as it exits the body. This completes the movement of lipids and how they are stored in the body...
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