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What is linear to dietary fat intake
fat absorption
three types of fatty acids compose fat
Long chain fatty acids
medium chain fatty acids
short chain fatty acids
digestion of lipids: The overall process can be divided into Three phases, What are they?
Digestive phase
absorptive phase
post absorptive phase
Digestive phase:
lipolysis and michelle formation
Absorptive phase:
mucosal uptake and reesterification
Post absorptive phase
chy-lo-micron formation and exit from intestinal epithelial cell via lymphatics
Digestion of lipids: The initial step, Formation of emulsions of finely dispersed lipid is accomplished by
Acoomplished by mastication and gastric contractions.
Lipolysis is
the hydrolysis of triglycerides to free fatty acids, monoglycerides, and glycerol by lipase
FFA + MAG + glycerol
Lypolysis is initated in
The stomach by gastric lipase and ingual lipase
Lipolysis have a PH optimum of
4.5 to 6.0
Lipolysis occurse about what percentage
20 to 30 percent
Lipolysis is important in 2 things
neonates - diet consist of milk
pancreatic insufficency
lipolysis is completed in
the duodenum and proximal jejunum by pancreatic lipase in the intestinal lumen
TAG incorporated into micelles formed witn the aide of
Bile salts