Dietary Fat (Lipid)

Don't eat a tub of lard

Dietary Fat:

Fats are macronutrients containing "hydrocarbon" chemical bonds. In plain English, they are foods that are oily or greasy and don't mix with water. Cooking oils, lard, shortening and butter are examples of nearly pure fat.
Mark Holland,
Feb 1, 2012, 11:43 PM