Archive for the ‘omega 6’ Category

Preventing Fatty Liver

Posted: 23rd November 2010 by tyler in fatty liver, omega 6
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Fatty Liver II. A couple weeks ago I wrote a little bit about how children as young as five years old are getting Non-alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD) and discussed how fructose appears to be a causative factor (not the only one). It’s kind of an important issue considering that as many as 100 million […]

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New study: Omega 6, epigenetics, and obesity

Posted: 15th September 2010 by tyler in omega 3, omega 6
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Standard American Diet The Standard American Diet (SAD) tends to be very high in linoleic acid (LA), the main polyunsaturated fatty acid (PUFA) in vegetable, grain, and seed oils. Over the last several decades a phobia of animal fats has lead food manufacturers and health authorities to replace naturally occurring animal fats with industrially processed […]

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