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What are lipids and their function? 

These are non-polar molecules, that are insoluble in water, they are formed in the liver and examples are oils, milk, butter, cheese, etc. Their main function is to store energy and helps in transporting various signaling molecules.


What are lipids in the body?

Lipids store as adipose tissue in the body, the adipose tissue surrounds the essential organs of the body and protects them like the heart, kidneys. The chemical composition of lipids is carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen. The fatty tissue present in the body act as a blanket, that insulates the body from temperature fluctuations.


What diseases are caused by lipids?

In the case of lipid disorders, the low-density lipoprotein increases in the body because of this fats get accumulate in the arteries and lead to cardiovascular diseases by increasing cholesterol levels. In the case of lipid disorders, the fats start accumulating in the body and the skin becomes yellow in color.


How do you get lipids?

Saturated fats are found in cheese, coconut oil, palm oil, butter, cookies, and meat products. And trans fats are present in solid products which are formed by the hydrogenation of oils and trans fats are the most dangerous type of fats in the body because they are deposited into the blood vessels and body parts. 



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