Nutrition

Cholesterol:

a) can be converted to vitamin D.
b) can be found in all foods.
c) contains glycerol and 3 fatty acids.
d) acts as an emulsifier.

I believe it is D

asked by khalilah
  1. :can be converted to vitamin D, the answer is a.

    posted by Jean
  2. The correct answer is A. Can be converted to vitamin D

    posted by Leeanna

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