EFA

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EFA

abbreviation for
(Biochemistry) essential fatty acid
n
(Arms & Armour (excluding Firearms)) European Fighter Aircraft
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Other changes include the extension of the EFA option for hedges to include trees planted in a line.
One trick I learned recently with these is to also take a lipase enzyme with my EFA supplement, so that I did not burp fish oil--a common and unpleasant result of supplementing with fish oil.
The benefits of essential fatty acids (EFAs) found in fish and fish oil supplements have been well documented.
These supplements may support heart, joint and skin health as well as overall health, they say, noting that the body cannot manufacture EFAs on its own.
Hemp oil is the richest known source of polyunsaturated essential fatty acids, and it's also rich in some EFAs, among them gamma linoleic acid (GLA), a rare nutrient also found in mother's milk.
Cool Oil is a blend of organic seed oils that gives the optimum ratio of Omega 3, 6 and 9 EFAs that our bodies require.
Her fat-free diet was extremely low in essential fatty acids (EFAs).
One possible means of addressing this concern in addit ion to limiting the number of sessions that are included in an EFA could be to train educational personnel to conduct EFAs with less reliance on outside consultants.
Hemp seed oil contains these EFAs in a 3.5:1 ratio of LA to LNA, bringing it closer than any other cosmetic oil to matching the 4:1 ratio found in the skin's own sebum.
Hemp oil offers high concentrations of the two essential fatty acids (EFAs) in a perfect ratio of the omega-3/omega-6 acids.