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Linoleic acid (LA) is an unsaturated omega-6 fatty acid used in the biosynthesis of arachidonic acid (AA) and some prostaglandins. It is found in the lipids of cell membranes. It is abundant in many vegetable oils, especially safflower and sunflower oils. It is a colorless liquid.
Beneficial effects of Alpha-Linolenic acid in walnuts

Beneficial effects of Alpha-Linolenic acid in walnuts

Green tea protects livers

Green tea protects livers

Dietary fat quality may be more important than fat quantity in reducing risk of cardiovascular deaths in middle-aged men

Dietary fat quality may be more important than fat quantity in reducing risk of cardiovascular deaths in middle-aged men

Soy may reduce risk of cardiovascular disease

Soy may reduce risk of cardiovascular disease

Walnut supplementation favorably affects cholesterol and other lipids that are signs of cardiovascular risk

Walnut supplementation favorably affects cholesterol and other lipids that are signs of cardiovascular risk

Dietary supplement reduces body fat mass in overweight adults by as much as nine percent

Dietary supplement reduces body fat mass in overweight adults by as much as nine percent

Watch out Skippy, the meat of Australia's bush kangaroo may be the highest known source of the healthy fat CLA

Watch out Skippy, the meat of Australia's bush kangaroo may be the highest known source of the healthy fat CLA