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In the intestinal lumen, triglycerides are digested to fatty acids and monoglycerides...

In the intestinal lumen, triglycerides are digested to fatty acids and monoglycerides. These two components are absorbed through the intestinal mucosa and enzymatically reunited to re-form triglycerides (fats). These fats, along with other lipids, enter the lacteals as part of particles called .
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