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In the diet the saturated fatty acid content was 2 times greater than that found in spermatozoa whereas the unsaturated FA content was 3 times and the UI was seven times lower than that in spermatozoa (Figure 3).
The primary focus of diet therapy for the prevention and treatment of hypercholesterolaemia is to progressively lower saturated fatty acid and cholesterol intake at an energy level that supports optimal weight management.
The lowest mean value of the saturated fatty acid fraction was in the females for the Mediterranean Sea (31.
Total long chain saturated fatty acids (%) (TLCF) = % Arachidic acid + % Behenic acid + % Lignoceric acid
In this cross-sectional family study that used erythrocyte fatty acids as biomarkers of intake (27, 29), we have shown that a high content of saturated fatty acids in erythrocytes is significantly (P <0.
Women in the lowest quartile of saturated fatty acid (SFA) consumption lost 0.
The objectives of the current study were twofold: to see if there was a relationship between consumption of fish (which contains large amounts of polyunsaturated fatty acids) or consumption of meat (high in saturated fatty acids, which tend to raise blood cholesterol) and risk of dementia.
Adrenoleukodystrophy is a rapid, progressive demyelinating disease affecting the CNS that is characterized by large increases in plasma and tissue very long saturated fatty acids (VLCFA).
Palm oil contains an equal proportion of unsaturated and saturated fatty acids, containing about 40% oleic acid (mono saturated) 10% linoleic acid (poly unsaturated), 44% palmitic acid (saturated) and 5% stearic acid (saturated).
Simple fats are triglycerides - 95 per cent of body fats - which are divided into saturated fatty acids and unsaturated fatty acids.
Saturated fatty acids, which include stearic acids, hydrogenated fatty acids, coconut-type fatty acids and others, will continue to garner the largest share of the fatty acid market, accounting for about 57% of the total in 2002.