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In Health

What is lipid?

lipids are broadly defined as any fat- soluble, naturally-occurring molecules, such as fats, oils, waxes, cholesterol, sterols, fat-soluble vitamins
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In Biology

What are lipids?

lipids are a broad group of naturally occurring molecules which includes fats, waxes, sterols, fat-soluble vitamins (such as vitamins A, D, E and K), monoglycerides, diglyceri (MORE)

What is a lipid?

lipids are the organic compound which are insoluble in water , soluble in organic solvents like alcohol , ether etc, closely related to fatty acids...... and utilized by livin (MORE)
In Biology

Lipids how do you get it?

Lipids are another name for fats. If you eat fatty foods, you will take in lipids.
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What has lipids in them?

lipids are fats found in food. some foods that contain lipids are cheese, cakes, butter, chips etc.   they are broken down by pancreatic lipases in the small intestine and (MORE)

Solubility of lipids?

Lipids are generally insoluble in water. They are only soluble in  nonpolar organic solvents like benzene, acetone, chloroform and  ether.

What makes a lipid a lipid?

Lipids are made of Carbon and Hydrogen molecules. They store long-term energy as fat within the human body. Examples: Olive oil, peanut oil, corn oil, etc.
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In Biology

Where do you get your lipids?

lipids can be found in anything you eat, certain foods just have more lipids than others. A lipid is made up of fat and cholesterol, the right amount of both are needed to sur (MORE)
In Biology

What is a lipid or a component of a lipid?

A lipid is fat. That's right, fat. Your blood contains fat, so the lipid count tells the fat content in your blood.
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