- n. Plural form of lipid.
“The Accord trial tested a variety of drugs amounting to three general approaches to improving heart health in more than 10,000 diabetics: intensive control of blood sugar, intensive control of blood pressure and treatment of substances in the blood called lipids, which include cholesterol.”
“When scientists refer to fat, they usually use the term “fatty acids,” which are part of a group of substances called lipids.”
“Fatty acids: The scientific term for fats, which are part of a group of substances called lipids.”
“Yes, but even with all the ‘bad fats’ the low-carb diet managed to reduce lipids, which is the be all and the end all for the mainstream.”
“My lipids are the same as when I was doing straight Atkins high, but a good ratio.”
“Fats and cholesterol are part of the same family of chemical compounds known as lipids, and is either made by the liver, or found in our food.”
“Fats and oils are members of a large chemical family called the lipids, a term that comes from the Greek for “fat.””
“What happens: In order for your baby to receive the nutrients necessary to grow, your immune system must produce chemicals known as lipids and phospholipids.”
“These cannabinoids are composed of molecules known as lipids, which are small enough to cross the blood-brain barrier, so cannabinoids found in the blood after exercise could be affecting the brain.”
“Graudal said his results showed that when salt intake is reduced, there are increases in some hormones and in fats known as lipids "which could be harmful if persistent over time.”
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