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Fats, or 'lipids' are like raw chicken fat, a greasy, yellowish substance that is translucent. At room temperature, fats that are liquids are often referred to as oil. In the body, they are stored in special cells named 'adipose' cells, which are located under the skin and near the vital organs of the body, where it serves to cushion the organs and bones and to provide insulation from the cold. Fat cells are everywhere in the body, however, they are mostly in the abdomen, upper arms and thighs, buttocks, and sometimes the cheeks and chin.
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