MUFA


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MUFA

(mŭf′ə, mo͞o′fə, ĕm′yo͞o′ĕf′ā′)
abbr.
monounsaturated fatty acid
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The pooled analysis of observational cohort data suggested a trend in the opposite direction but these findings can be explained taking into account that MUFA and SFA coexist in many foods and furthermore monounsaturated TFA and MUFA were sometimes categorized together in epidemiological study [20 21 44].
studies in mildly dyslipidemic persons which showed that MUFA enriched olive oil had no significant hypolipidemic action.
The seed oil had a total yield of 6.55% saturated fatty acids (SFAs), 78.2% monounsaturated fatty acids (MUFAs) and 15.08% polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs).
Fifty-three percent--up significantly from 45% in 2010--believe the most effective strategy for improving overall health is to follow a moderate fat diet that includes "good" fats, e.g., polyunsaturated (PUFAs) and monounsaturated (MUFAs) fatty acids vs.
Brian Larkin, secretary of the MUFA, said: "This award has been going for a number of years now.
As is often the case with exploration initiatives, the Rio Mufa coal scout drilling programme, though technically sound, did not delineate mineralisation of economic merit."
The variant now also has the goodness of Vitamin A & D apart from the naturally present MUFA and Omega 3.