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Fats or lipids are like raw chicken fat a greasy yellowish substance that is translucent At room temperature fats that are liquids are often referred to as oil In the body they are stored in special cells named adipose cells which are located under the skin and near the vital organs of the body where it serves to cushion the organs and bones and to provide insulation from the cold Fat cells are everywhere in the body however they are mostly in the abdomen upper arms and thighs buttocks and sometimes the cheeks and chin Body fat is the easiest to store yet the hardest to lose When stored the fat gives energy to do work power activities keep the body warm and keep a constant temperature Fat is also good for making cell membranes hormones and prostaglandin You could also think of fats as a fuel to heat your body Most every food has fat Some examples of foods with saturated full fat are soybeans sunflowers safflowers rapeseed canola linseed rice bran and peanuts Some examples of unsaturated empty fat are oilseed oil corn oil milk butter margarine salad dressing sugar honey candy jam jelly soft drinks and tallow A type of beef fat used mainly in candle making but can also be put into foods If you were to not have your fat you would grow weak unhealthy lazy and skinny You would not want to move from anywhere and be aggressive If you were not to eat fat you would have to be a vegetarian Only certain vegetables do not have fat such as celery and broccoli Yet even those healthy vegetables and all foods can be fattening if you do eat too much If you were to not have your fat you would not have any energy You could not stand up think or even move You would be skinny and lazy It is possible that you could even die from
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