Fats

by: Charles Foster

function

Fat is used to build new cells and is critical for normal brain development and nerve function, fat insulates your body, cushions vital organs, and can be converted into energy, fat is also needed to carry and help absorb fat-soluble vitamins, such as vitamins A, D, E, and K, and carotenoids.

examples

Nuts, eggs, fish oils, vegetable oils, butter
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Reasoning

because it builds new cells, helps the brain become more stronger, provides your body energy because without energy youll be moving slow and lazy acting, it helps absorb the vitamins that you need for your body in order to survive,