The body stores fat to save energy for when the body needs it. It also uses fat to regulate the body temperature.
No. Fat is stored in and around the body.
The fat cells store excess energy from food. Fat cells are highly active. They provide triglycerides, keep the body warm, support and cushion vital organs, and help the body use carbohydrates and protein.
yes. body can store fat in unlimited amounts. a pound of fat is 3500 calories, and a person's body can easily carry 30-50 pds of fat w/o appearing fat at all.
One can purchase a body fat monitor by going to the Office Max store. Office Max has both retail stores as well as an online store that body fat monitors can be purchased from.
Mainly, it is a storage of energy.
the job of fat cells is to store fat in the body until it is used for fuel
Fat cells are located just under the skin. Fat cells store unused food. When your body is not getting enough nutrients, your body takes them from the fat cells.
In the hips and stomach. I should know. I'm nothing but fat. ~<>~<>~<>~<>~<>~<>~<>~<>~<>~<>~<>~<>~<>~<>
A fat neck is an indication of bad health.
Your body can store a fat soluble vitamin but not a water soluble vitamin because they are not easily excreted out of the body as water soluble vitamins are.