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In the case of later sowing date, the oleic acid content of the oil decreased, while the linoleic acid content increased in the experiments of Unger and Thompson (1982); Gupta et al.
Use of dietary linoleic acid for secondary prevention of coronary heart disease and death: evaluation of recovered data from the Sydney Diet Heart Study and updated meta-analysis.
Ha YL, Grimm NK, Pariza MW Anticarcinogens from fried ground beef: heat-altered derivatives of linoleic acid Carcinogenesis 1987; 8:1881-7.
consumption of linoleic acid is declining because of genetic modification of plants for food manufacturers seeking oils higher in oleic acid.
Volatile profiles and lipid oxidation of irradiated raw chicken meat patties from laying hens fed with diets containing conjugated linoleic acid.
In 2009, the American Heart Association reaffirmed its view that a diet low in saturated fat and moderately high (5-10 percent of daily calories) amounts of linoleic acid and other omega-6 unsaturated fatty acids probably benefits the heart.
Effects of linoleic acid supplements on atopic dermatitis.
The kinetics parameters were determined by considering the isomerisation as a single reaction of the type A [right arrow] B + C where A is the linoleic acid and B and C are trans isomers formed during the thermal induction.
Conclusion: Two-week administration of conjugated linoleic acid reduced the inflammatory factors following exhaustive exercise in young healthy males.
The intervention group (which replaced saturated fat with linoleic acid from corn oil and corn oil polyunsaturated margarine in their diets for at least one year) had a greater reduction in serum cholesterol than the control group (whose diet was high in animal fats, "common margarines" and shortenings).
Conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) as one of these components has numerous potential benefits for human health, including effective cancer fighting properties [1 and 2].