MUFA


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MUFAMonounsaturated Fatty Acid
MUFAMadison Ultimate Frisbee Association (Madison, WI)
MUFAMcMaster University Faculty Association (est. 1952; Ontario, Canada)
MUFAMusic and Fly Art (festival)
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Replacing SFA with MUFA has uncertain effects based on mixed evidence within and across different research paradigms.
It contains MUFA which may regulate blood glucose level by enhancing secretion of glucagon-like peptide-1 (GLP-1) from intestinal cells.
MUFAs and PUFAs are perhaps most beneficial when used to replace saturated or trans fats.
MUFA is associated with adipocytes area, which underlines the theory of a differential metabolic and desaturase activity.
globulus had a poor fatty acid profile because of dominance of MUFAs over PUFAs.
Sin embargo, los indices en los que participan los MUFA son mucho mas constantes e independientes del sexo y la alimentacion.
However, statistical significance was noted when comparing protein in grams, fat in grams, saturated fat in grams, MUFA in grams and cholesterol in mg (Tables 2A and 2B) between genders.
Saturated fatty acids (SFA), monounsaturated fatty acids (MUFA), polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA) and steroidal components formed a large proportion of total lipids.
* Olive oil and canola oil enjoy a Qualified Health Claim for reduced risk of coronary heart disease based on their MUFA content; corn oil for unsaturated fatty acids not specific to MUFAs.
The award is named after the highly-respected former chairman of the MUFA, whose family put the prize up.
- Rio Mufa scout drilling confirmed the absence of economically significant coal seams.