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According to the obtained research results (Table 2-3), the linoleic acid content of LO hybrids was 44.
Dietary sources of conjugated dienoic isomers of linoleic acid, a newly recognized class of anticarcinogens.
When linoleic acid is made solid (hydrogenated) for processed foods, it is more likely to convert to trans fat than its oleic cousin.
Linoleic acid is abundantly present in plant seeds and in the oils they produce, such as corn, safflower, cotton, soybean and sunflower oil.
Inhibition of benzo(a) pyrene-induced mouse forestomach neoplasia by conjugated dienoic derivatives of linoleic acid.
In a much-cited study published in 2013, however, Ramsden, Zamora and colleagues were able to recover unpublished data from a smaller trial, the Sydney Diet Heart Study, and there they also found more cases of heart disease and death among patients who received a linoleic acid intervention (safflower oil), compared to controls.
Kinetics of the cis- trans isomerisation of linoleic acid in the deodorization and/or physical refining of edible fats, Eur.
It has also been shown that activation of MMP2 and MMP9 is involved in various myopathic and inflammatory-induced changes in skeletal muscle,5,6 and intake of natural antioxidants7 such as conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) provides an extra measure of protection that slows the process of musculoskeletal depletion.
By contrast, the most common omega-6 PUFA is linoleic acid (arachidonic acid is the other).
The present work aimed to investigate the effect of adding flaxseed or sunflower oils to growing sheep diets on conjugated linoleic acid content in meat.
Because we now consume a thousand times more soybean oil than we did a few decades ago, this means we're getting a much higher amount of linoleic acid.
Quality parameters including oil contents, oleic and linoleic acid could be used as selection criteria in Raya for the development of canola type varieties.