The four types of Lipoproteins are:
Very Low Density Lipoprotein: Very low density lipoprotein consists of protein, cholestrol and fats. It is synthesized at liver. It has 5 apoporotein asosciated with it and in conversion to intermediate density lipoprotein and low density lipoprotein these apoproteins are removed except one apoprotein called B100.
Low Density Lipoproteinfats. It chiefly consists of cholestrol. It transport all the fat molecules around the body to extracellular fluid. LDL posses risk of cardiovascualr diseases if it invade the endothellium and oxidized.
High Density Lipoprotein: HDL is the dense lipoprotein with highest protein to fat ratio.HDL takes awat fat from cells to liver thereby lowering blood cholestrol level. Hence also knows as good cholestrol. HDL increases with exercise, weight loss and higher estrogen level.
Chylomicrons: Chylomucrons are largest and least dense lipoprotein. It has got highest triglyceride content. It transport fats and cholestrol from intestine to liver, muscles and fat cells.
The right answer is chylomicrons.
A chylomicron is a variety of lipoproteins (protein-associated lipids) present in the blood consisting almost entirely of exogenous triglycerides.
In other words, it is large, light and bulky particles, of a greasy nature, taking a certain shape in the blood (which has a milky appearance when they circulate there), and carrying the triglycerides coming from the diet after a meal. high in fat.