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How does fats help your body?

  • they give you energy.

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  • Answer: they give you energy.
  • Answer: Fat is important in our bodies because It provides us with warmth.It acts like an insulator trapping heat in our bodies. Fat alsosupplies us with the most off our energy.
  • Answer: Fats mostly store energy.

    They also provide padding and insulation, cover and insulate nerves and are used to make cell walls and hormones.
  • Answer: there are parts of the body that demand fat... like the fat pads under your eyebrows... there are also fat pads behind the eyeballs. under the skin there are layers of fat for insulation and protection. for instance if a womans body fat% gets too low she will stop menstruating signaling to the body that there is not enough food around to support another life, basically. this is seen in some gymnasts
  • Answer: Yes because you need the energy from the fat from when you are not eating. When you are eating you get the energy from the food while you are chewing it up.
  • Answer: They release energy after the body digests it and the leftover fats build up.
  • Answer: gives fat people feet
  • Answer: You need unsaturated fats in your body to help lower cholesterollevels. Unsaturated fats also help to maintain healthy skin andhair as well as for storing energy.
  • Answer: Fats provide energy, form a protective cushion for your internal organs, build healthy cells (including brain!) and hormones, help the body use vitamins (such as A, D, E, and K), provide healthier skin and hair.
  • Answer: Unsaturated fats are soaked up by carbohydrates and stored in the bodies fat cells
  • Answer: Give yo insulation!
  • Answer: Around the stomach
  • Answer: Not for sure. I"d ask Bob Noe.
  • Answer: Carbohydrates are practically the energy giving nutrients the body needs to function for the whole day.
    Proteins are body building nutrients which strengthen your bones and make your muscles stronger.
    Fats are nutrients that make you fat, but they also provide energy when you run out of carbohydrates- this is also known as burning your calories.
  • Answer: Fat is stored as fat in the specialised fat-carrying cells. Bear in mind that this is not fat that has come straight from your bacon and cheese sandwich. The fat travels into the stomach, and out where it is emulsified by the bile from the liver, and is then digested by lipase in the small intestine. It is broken down into soluble fatty acids and glycerol. Fats may be synthesised by the body, and are then stored.