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LIPIDS --- Fats & Oils
LIPIDS include: fats oils cholesterol phospholipids
Function: energy storage fats and oils are a source of stored chemical energy. Animals - fats Plants - oils
Structure cell membranes are composed of phospholipids
Protection: insulates body ---think whale blubber! cushions organs &
Oil Water A lipid is a nonpolar molecule that does not dissolve in water.
Lipids: composed mostly of carbon and hydrogen.
Lipids have a higher ratio of carbon and hydrogen than carbohydrates, so they store more energy per gram. Fats have more energy per gram than carbohydrates.
Some lipids are composed of fatty acids. A fatty acid is a long unbranched carbon chain—(usually 16 to 18 H-C-H).
FATS & OILS: Triglycerides Fats and oils are composed of 1 glycerol and 3 fatty acids.
Saturated fatty acid: all single bonds C-H Unsaturated fatty acid: contains double bonds
Saturated Fats: animal fats solid at room temperature contributes to heart disease deposits in arteries Limit the amount in your diet
Unsaturated Fats: Plant, vegetable & fish fats liquid at room temperature Better choice in your diet
Phospholipids: 1 phosphate 1 glycerol, 2 fatty acids
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