What is the biological significance of fats in the human body? Name at least two values

1. They perform a building function – they are part of the cell membranes
2. Spare energy source
3. Regulatory (many fats are homosexual)
4. Energy (from 1 g of fat, 38.9 kJ of energy is obtained)
5. Protective layer of internal organs (from mechanical damage)
6. Heat insulating layer (subcutaneous fatty tissue)
7. Fats supply fat-soluble vitamins A, D, E and K.

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