polyunsaturate love

Definitions

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  • noun any polyunsaturated fat or fatty acid
  • adjective polyunsaturated

Etymologies

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poly- +‎ unsaturate

Examples

  • A new study suggests that people whose diets contain dramatically more of one kind of polyunsaturate ...

    THE MEDICAL NEWS

  • Granted, it is an oil so it contains plenty of fat, it is nice to have another polyunsaturate option.

    Grapeseed Oil: Good for you inside and out.

  • Newly emerged workers have a similar membrane fatty acid composition to queens but within the first week of hive life, they increase the polyunsaturate content and decrease the monounsaturate content of their membranes, probably as a result of pollen consumption.

    Longevity and membrane saturation | The Blog of Michael R. Eades, M.D.

  • At the World's Healthiest Foods, we encourage consumption of many whole foods that contain large amounts of polyunsaturated fat, but we do not encourage consumption of high-polyunsaturate oils that have been processed from these exact same foods!

    The World's Healthiest Foods

  • They also didn’t control for polyunsaturate intake.

    Meat and mortality | The Blog of Michael R. Eades, M.D.

  • (Linoleic acid, a polyunsaturate in many vegetable oils that has come in and out of dieticians’ favor, was the original king.)

    The Rise of the Sardine

  • (Linoleic acid, a polyunsaturate in many vegetable oils that has come in and out of dieticians’ favor, was the original king.)

    The Rise of the Sardine

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