Changes in ‘Good’ Fatty Acid Concentration of Inner Organs Might Be Largely Independent of Diet

In CategoryDiet, Other Human Health Conditions
ByRuss Bianchi

ScienceDaily (Apr. 15, 2011) — We are all encouraged to eat polyunsaturated fatty acids, as these are “good for us” and we are unfortunately unable to make them ourselves. The (relative) levels of particular classes of polyunsaturated fatty acids have been associated with a plethora of human illnesses. The latest findings of Walter Arnold and his group at the University of Veterinary Medicine, Vienna suggest that changes in fatty acid concentration of inner organs might be largely independent from diet composition.

Changes in ‘Good’ Fatty Acid Concentration of Inner Organs Might Be Largely Independent of Diet

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