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polyunsaturates

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  • noun Plural form of polyunsaturate.

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  • At present, the American diet tends to be high in polyunsaturates, which is fine for people who eat a low-fat diet.

    THE NEW ATKINS FOR A NEW YOU

  • At present, the American diet tends to be high in polyunsaturates, which is fine for people who eat a low-fat diet.

    THE NEW ATKINS FOR A NEW YOU

  • If you opt for sunflower oil, you can get either high-oleic sunflower oil, which has monounsaturated levels of 80 percent and above, or the more common linoleic sunflower oil, which is high in polyunsaturates or linoleic acid, an essential fatty acid.

    The Small Change Diet

  • If you opt for sunflower oil, you can get either high-oleic sunflower oil, which has monounsaturated levels of 80 percent and above, or the more common linoleic sunflower oil, which is high in polyunsaturates or linoleic acid, an essential fatty acid.

    The Small Change Diet

  • To get the most monounsaturated fats and minimize your consumption of polyunsaturates, of which we already get plenty, make salad dressings with olive oil—use the extra-virgin type—and canola oil.

    THE NEW ATKINS FOR A NEW YOU

  • To get the most monounsaturated fats and minimize your consumption of polyunsaturates, of which we already get plenty, make salad dressings with olive oil—use the extra-virgin type—and canola oil.

    THE NEW ATKINS FOR A NEW YOU

  • Mediterranean diets are low in those fats but rich in monounsaturates (mainly from olive oil) and in polyunsaturates from fish.

    Healer Of Hearts

  • But the information has become so diffuse and seemingly contradictory -- does anyone remember whether mono or polyunsaturates are the good kind?

    The Joys Of Living Large

  • The cell membranes of both young and old honey bee queens are highly monounsaturated with very low content of polyunsaturates.

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

  • Most nut oils are made up primarily of monounsaturated fatty acids, and have more polyunsaturates than saturated fats exceptions are coconuts with a large dose of saturated fat, and walnuts and pecans, which are predominantly polyun-saturated.

    On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen

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