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Trecator-SC (Ethionamide)

There are two families of essential fatty acids. One is the linoleic acid family, and the other is the alpha-linolenic acid family.
Linoleic acid is found in dairy products, organ meats such as liver, human milk, and notably in vegetable seed oils such as sunflower, safflower, and corn.
Alpha-linolenic acid is found in foods such as green vegetables, soya, and linseeds. Fish, fish oils and shellfish contain the metabolites of alpha-linolenic acid, eicosapentaenoic acid and docosahexaenoic acid.
Both these families of essential fatty acids are vital for good health.
Evening primrose oil contains EFAs belonging to the linoleic acid family.
The problem is that the essential fatty acids in the food you are eating may not be getting through to the places they’re needed most.
There is no shortage of linoleic acid in foodstuffs. In modern diets, milk products and vegetable seed oils together with foods derived from them are probably the most important sources. In Europe, the average adult intake is around 7-15g a day. In North America, it is around 10-25g a day.

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