monosaturated

monosaturated

(ˌmɒnəʊˈsætʃəˌreɪtɪd)
adj
(Cookery) of or relating to fats that are liquid at room temperature and derive mostly from foods such as olives, avocados, and nuts
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Furthermore, in recent years, manufacturers have introduced high oleic soybean oil which contains no trans-fat and high amounts of monosaturated fats.
This energy came from the mitochondrial [beta]oxidation of saturated (16:0) and monosaturated (18: 1n-9) fatty acids, which are preferred substrates for energy production in fish (Henderson, 1996).
The monosaturated fatty acids in this fruit are key for healthy hair, skin and nails, and they also help lower cholesterol levels and reduce the appearance of ageing in skin.
They are high in healthy monosaturated fats, fibre, protein and various important nutrients.
AHA recommended that people consume polyunsaturated or monosaturated fat instead.
The latter actions increase sebum triglycerides and fatty acid desaturation, leading to a proinflammatory and comedogenic monosaturated fatty acid profile.
Consume more monosaturated and polyunsaturated fats, and less trans and saturated fats;
The fatty acid profile of cocoa and dark chocolate is excellent because most of it is saturated and monosaturated with small amounts of polyunsaturated fats.
The recommended consumption of monosaturated fatty acids should constitute 10-15% of energy intake, polyunsaturated fatty acids 6-10%, including omega-6 fatty acids (5-8%) and omega-3 fatty acids (1-2%), whereas saturated fatty acids should be limited to 7%.
These include polysaturated and monosaturated fats, such as those found in avocados and salmon, which can help lower 'bad' cholesterol and triglycerides.