What Are Fats Broken down into?

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Fats are broken down into fatty acids and glycerol. This breakdown is enhanced by pancreatic and intestinal enzymes. Fats are capable of producing twice the amount of energy produced by carbohydrates.
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Fat is usually broken down into fatty acids and glycerol. They are a significant part of a healthy balanced diet, and act as a means of insulation in the body when it is stored under the skin as stored energy. They contain twice as much potential energy as carbon.
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