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Paige Reichel

on 19 April 2010

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Transcript of Fats

Fats!! By:
Grace There are 2
kinds of fats:
Good: Avacodos, almonds
Bad: Donuts, butter The different types of fats are:
Fatty acids, hydrogenation,
trans fatty acids, cholestrol,
saturated fatty acids, unsaturated
fatty acids, monounsaturated fatty
acids, polyunsaturated fatty acids. Fatty acids are chemical
chains that contain carbon,
hydrogen, and oxygen atoms. Saturated fatty acids are fatty
acids that have as many hydrogen
atoms as they can hold. Unsaturated fatty acids are
fatty acids that have fewer
hydrogen atoms than they
can hold. They may be monounsaturated or
polyunsaturated. Monounsaturated fatty acids
are missing one hydrogen atom. Polyunsaturated fatty acids are
missing two or more hydrogen
atoms. Fats are important energy
sources. Fats are lipids, which
include both fats and oils. Meat and dairy products are high in saturated fatty acids. Polyunsaturated fatty acids include sunflowers, corn, soybeans, and some fish oils. Fats are high in
saturated fatty acids. Oils are high in
unsaturated fatty acids. Hydrogenation adds hydrogen
atoms to unsaturated fatty acids
in liquids. Trans fatty acids are also
called trans fats, created by
hydrogenation, fatty acids
with odd molecular shapes. Examples:
Stick butter,
(Made from hydrogenated oils)
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