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2008-05-20 23:27:55
2008-05-20 23:27:55

the body store's fat by keeping it in their stomach or thighs


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The body fat is stored in fat cells. Fat cells has got very good capacity to store the fat. You have very large capacity in your body to store the fat.

The body stores fat to save energy for when the body needs it. It also uses fat to regulate the body temperature.

The fat cells get burns out and you lose weight. Just to make you aware is when you eat more fat then what your body is able to consume the body starts to store the extra fat into your body. Body is not able to store protein but it can store fat that's why most of people have fat problem which can be solved by proper diet and exercise.

A lipid is a part of fat. They make the body store extra fat, you DO NOT WANT THEM.

yes. body can store fat in unlimited amounts. a pound of fat is 3500 calories, and a person's body can easily carry 30-50 pds of fat w/o appearing fat at all.

they store fat and keep body warm...

No. Fat is stored in and around the body.

Muscle cells do not store fat. Rather, if muscles are not used often, more fat will be stored in the body. Conversely, if muscles are exercised often, there will be less fat in the body.

the body needs fat to keep the body warm during cold temperatures.

Mainly, it is a storage of energy.

Fat cells are located just under the skin. Fat cells store unused food. When your body is not getting enough nutrients, your body takes them from the fat cells.

the job of fat cells is to store fat in the body until it is used for fuel

A fat neck is an indication of bad health.

In the hips and stomach. I should know. I'm nothing but fat. ~<>~<>~<>~<>~<>~<>~<>~<>~<>~<>~<>~<>~<>~<>

You body only stores EXCESS food as fat. Thus if you are starving yourself you will not have any excess food to store as fat. Indeed if you stop eating your body will start to use your fat stores as food.

Fat is used to store energy. Carbohydrates.

The body will store Vitamin D first because it's a fat-soluble vitamin which means it can be dissolved in fat. Once it's dissolved in fat, it can be stored in the body. Vitamin C is a water-soluble vitamin which means it needs to be dissolved in water before the body can/will store it.

Most fat in males is in the thighs, buttocks, and stomach, and women have fat in those regions and their breasts.

One function is to store energy.

Food stores fat. Fat is an energy source of the body.

I think that snowshoes, rabbits. or hares which ever it is that they store food as fat for the winter.

Fat is how the body stores food. However the stomach doesn't' actually store the food. The intestines will move the fat to various places in the body to be stored until needed.

Your body can store a fat soluble vitamin but not a water soluble vitamin because they are not easily excreted out of the body as water soluble vitamins are.

The same place you store it: your muscles, bones, and body fat.

The body breaks down the food and takes its protein, sugars, and any other essential ingredient, including fat. The body doesn't actually "store food", but it does take the essential nutrients and stores those, and it does store fat, which can be used when the body runs out of energy created by the cells in the body.

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