How come humans often develop plaque in their arteries

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1. How come humans often develop plaque in their arteries?

2. How does inflammation contribute to blood clot formation and heart attacks

3. To transport fat through the lymph and blood, the intestines make chylomicrons. What fat transporter does the liver make?

4. You had an under-eating day. In other words, you ate fewer calories than you expended. Explain how the body will deal with your caloric short fall. Include in your discussion: the hormones that will influence metabolism; what lipid enzyme is active; and what is happening in the different organs and tissues.

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