What is it Used for?
Lipids are used in the body to store energy and form cell membranes
They can also supply cells with energy
It is used for energy when there are not enough carbohydrates in the body
Fatty Acids in food which are dietary fats can aid in development and growth for the body, cells can also utilize them for help in functioning
Where do Lipids Come From?
Can be extracted from plants, and produced by the body when too many calories are consumed from a drink or food, produced in the endoplasmic reticulum in animal and plant cells
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