Lipids are fats. Many foods contain fats. Most meat, poultry, seafood, and even fish. Most dairy products contain fats unless stated "nonfat". In their natural state dairy contains fat. Cooking and salad oils contain fat. Eggs also contain fat - only the yolk. also junk food like chips, soda and cakes ect. The human body uses lipids, or fats, for insulation, to cushion organs and as a source of stored energy. Foods rich in lipids include pecans, peanuts, avocados, and tuna.
Anything with fat in it.
anything (im assuming) with trans fats?!??
milk and meat :)
Foods that contain lipids are foods that contain fat. Lipids are fat. So technically nearly all foods contain some lipids. Apples even have lipids I believe.
You get lipids by eating foods with fats in them
Foods like peanut butter, nuts, and eggs have lipids.
95 percentage of the lipids in foods are triglycerides.
Lipids are another name for fats. If you eat fatty foods, you will take in lipids.
Foods high in fat.
- fruit and vegetables - bread, other cereals and potatoes - milk and dairy products - foods containing fat, foods containing sugar - meat, fish and alernatives.
lipids are fats so anything that has fats.
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