What are the impotant functions of fat in the human body?

what are the important functions of fat in the human body?
life4233
Asked Dec 14, 2009
It cushions your body from impacts of sorts, it helps you to be buoyant in water, and it's burned off providing you with energy and then converted into muscle.

1. Cushioning
2. Buoyancy
3. Energy
4. Muscle
Oni_Kami
Answered Dec 14, 2009
u r stupid not like me shut up and do not write a question then answer it u stupid guy
u wrote thid since u were a child right u stupid!!!
faleh Feb 22, 2020
it keeps the body warm and also makes the cell membrane In the cells
*fats are double the energy given in sugar
faleh
Answered Feb 22, 2020
Impotant functions of fat in the human body

1. Provision of energy
2. Structural component
3. Carrier of vitamins
4. Other biological functions
robertmanus
Answered Mar 06, 2020

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