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June 2009 Issue

EN Looks at Whether New Enova Oil Lives Up to Its Fat-Busting Claims

Enova is a highly unsaturated oil made from soybean and canola oils. While Enova looks and tastes like regular vegetable oil, the body metabolizes it differently because of its unique structure. Enova’s oils are enzymatically altered so 80% of its fat molecules have only two fatty acids each—diglycerides instead of the triglycerides predominant in most oils. Because the body is confused by this structure, it doesn’t store Enova fats easily. Instead, the body sends more of them directly to the liver to be burned as energy.

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