Definitions

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  • adjective Of or pertaining to stearidonic acid or its derivatives

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Examples

  • - Hemp oil is a rare plant source of the vital omega-6 EFA gamma linolenic acid (GLA) and another unique omega - fatty acid called stearidonic acid (SDA);

    Go Dairy Free

  • - Hemp oil is a rare plant source of the vital omega-6 EFA gamma linolenic acid (GLA) and another unique omega - fatty acid called stearidonic acid (SDA);

    Go Dairy Free

  • - Hemp oil is a rare plant source of the vital omega-6 EFA gamma linolenic acid (GLA) and another unique omega - fatty acid called stearidonic acid (SDA);

    Go Dairy Free

  • - Hemp oil is a rare plant source of the vital omega-6 EFA gamma linolenic acid (GLA) and another unique omega - fatty acid called stearidonic acid (SDA);

    Go Dairy Free

  • Further, he says, hemp has other good constituents: "The gamma-linoleic acid [an omega-6] and stearidonic acid [an omega-3] in hemp are both things our body needs more of, that don't occur in very many food products."...

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  • Further, he says, hemp has other good constituents: "The gamma-linoleic acid [an omega-6] and stearidonic acid [an omega-3] in hemp are both things our body needs more of, that don't occur in very many food products."...

    Soy's new competition: hemp

  • Monsanto recently published safety data for stearidonic acid-rich soybean oil and BASF says it is making progress towards EPA-rich rapeseed oil.

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  • Monsanto recently published safety data for stearidonic acid-rich soybean oil and BASF says it is making progress towards EPA-rich rapeseed oil.

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  • A number of genetically modified plants and crops are coming to light with enhanced nutritional content considered to offer human health benefits, including flavonoid-rich tomatoes, zeaxanthin in potato tubers, and the omega-3 fatty acid, eicosapentaeoic acid (EPA), to soybeans, brassica, and stearidonic acid (SDA) in canola crops.

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  • Indeed, Monsanto recently published safety data for stearidonic acid-rich soybean oil.

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