polyunsaturate


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polyunsaturate

(ˌpɒlɪʌnˈsætʃərət)
n
(Chemistry) a fat that is polyunsaturated
Translations

polyunsaturate

[ˌpɒlɪʌnˈsætʃərɪt] Npoliinsaturado m

polyunsaturate

[ˌpɒliʌnˈsætʃərət] ngraisse f polyinsaturée
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High polyunsaturate oils for margarines or salad oils may also produce nutritional benefits through increased levels of omega-3 fatty acids.
At high temperatures its high polyunsaturate content can form free radicals and trans fats linked to heart disease, wrinkles, arthritis and even cancer.
Linoleic acid is a polyunsaturate found in corn oil and nuts.
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She would have us believe that we do not need to eat fish to get the omega-3 polyunsaturates that our bodies need for optimal health.
There are two types of polyunsaturates to look out for; Omega 3 and 6.
Try to select products such as olive oil, that are higher in monounsaturated fats, along with sunflower oil, high in polyunsaturates.
Because polyunsaturates are highly subject to rancidity, they increase the body's need for vitamin E and other antioxidants.
COOKING in lard may be healthier than using oils high in polyunsaturates, such as sunflower, corn and soya oils.
Researchers say a certain amount of the essential fatty acid in polyunsaturates is necessary for the body's system.