Triglycerides (TG) enter the blood from exogenous (food) and endogenous (liver) sources. Food provides neutral fat, which is primarily triglyceride and which is hydrolyzed by pancreatic lipase into free fatty acids (FFA) and monoglycerides. These enter small intestine mucosal cells. The lipid fractions are recombined into TG within the mucosal cells and are incorporated into […]