Why Does the Body Need Fats and Oils?

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The body needs fats and oils to provide back-up energy as well as insulation under the skin when the weather is extremely cold. Fats and oils also protect organs and bones from shock, they regulate body functions, provide support for organs and they also supply essential fatty acids for a healthy skin. However, it is advised not to take too much fat as this will lead to obesity and disease like diabetes, coronary heart problems and blood pressure.
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