The Small Intestine II: Digestion and Absorption of the Three Macronutrients Video Lessons

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Problem: After absorption, the fat-soluble vitamins are distributed to the body cells byA. free fatty acidsB. lipasesC. mucpolysaccharidesD. lipoproteins

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Lipoproteins: lipid and protein combinations that allow the transport of nonpolar molecules in the blood

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After absorption, the fat-soluble vitamins are distributed to the body cells by

A. free fatty acids

B. lipases

C. mucpolysaccharides

D. lipoproteins

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