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Linoleic acid, an essential fatty acid found in Dioscorea dumetorum varieties is an indicator, pointing to the need to exploit these yams for their nutritional values.
Foods such as salmon, walnuts, kale and eggs from chickens fed flax have higher omega-3 fatty acid content than do more common American foods, like corn oil, beef and potatoes (USDA 2011).
The ratio of omega-6 to omega-3 fatty acids our diet today is estimated to be more than 10:1; some estimates are as high as 30:1.
Bennett, "Depression and Bipolar Disorder: Relationships to Impaired Fatty Acid and Phospholipid Metabolism and to Diabetes, Cardiovascular Disease, Immunological Abnormalities, Cancer, Ageing and Osteoporosis," Prostaglandins Leukot.
Our first experiment was conducted at the University of Alberta where a technique of processing flaxseed was developed to maximize the availability of omega-3 fatty acids fed to pigs.
In a multivariate model that included all of the known differences between the two groups at baseline, omega-3 fatty acid use was linked with a statistically significant, 73% reduction in the rate of new atrial fibrillation, the researchers said at the congress, which was sponsored by the International Academy of Cardiology.
The fatty acid compositions of erythrocytes were similar in the 2 field centers (data not shown); thus, the data on the composition of fatty acid subtypes are shown according to MetS status but not by field center (Table 2).
There is research showing that short-chain fatty acids are converted to long-chain fatty acids, but more work is needed in this area.
We need at least 50% epoxy fatty acid production for commercial purposes.
The supplement to the NUTTAB95 database (1) contains several files, one of which provides fatty acid profiles (g/100 g edible portion, to one decimal place) for a subset of the NUTTAB95 foods based on data previously published in Composition of Foods, Australia (2).
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