Browsing by Subject "N-3 LCPUFA"
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Vegetable oils rich in alpha linolenic acid allow a higher accretion of n-3 LCPUFA in the plasma, liver and adipose tissue of the rat (Instituto de la Grasa, 2014)ALA is the precursor of EPA and DHA and its dietary availability is limited. Vegetable oils rich in ALA (48-64%) are alternatives for increasing its consumption. The conversion of ALA into EPA and DHA and the ratio ...