Independent fan alleles have been shown to reduce seed linolenic
acid levels to 2.5 to 5.1% of total fatty acids (Rahman et al., 1996; Stojsin et al., 1998; Wilcox and Cavins, 1985).
Among the improvements made possible by both a high oleic sunflower oil and a soybean oil with low linolenic
and/or low linolenic
coupled with high oleic acid are a clean label, improved diet, less oxidation potential, and increased frying stability due to the reduced level of highly unsaturated fatty acids and an increase in the level of monounsaturated fats without the need for further processing.
A review of food-grade Brassica oils with focus on high oleic, low linolenic
Soybean oil with combined low palmitic and linolenic
acid levels would be beneficial to consumers because of the reduced saturated and trans fatty acids in this oil, and the increased oxidative stability.
Liquid formulas are usually made with soybean oil, a good source of linolenic
A topical anti-inflammatory healing regimen utilizing conjugated linolenic
acid for use post-ablative laser resurfacing of the face: a randomized, controlled trial.
acid with tamoxifen as primary therapy in breast cancer.
Flaxseed oil contains omega-9 in the form of oleic acid, but not the GLA (gamma linolenic
acid) that can support your skin health and hormonal balance.
Several studies have also shown a relationship between elevated levels of palmitic and palmitoleic acids and low levels of linolenic
and linoleic acids with insulin resistance markers [15-17].
Commodity soybean seed contains palmitic (11%), stearic (4%), oleic (23%), linoleic (54%), and linolenic
The unsaturated fatty acids include mono-unsaturated oleic acid, poly unsaturated linoleic and linolenic
It also may help those whose eczema is caused by a defect in the functioning of an enzyme (delta-6-desaturase) which converts cis-linoleic acid to gamma linolenic