Saturated Fat

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Saturated Fat refers to fatty acids with no double bonds in their chemical structure.

Types of Saturated Fats

Saturated fats differ in the number of carbons in their chemical structures. A saturated fat with 16 carbons and no double bonds is notated as 16:0.

The following are all saturated fats:

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