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August 2016 Issue

Clearing up Confusion Over Omega-6’s

Researchers, health professionals, and consumers are more aware than ever that it is the type of dietary fat and not so much the total amount of fat that affects health. One type of fat that still elicits confusion is a class of polyunsaturated fats called omega-6 fatty acids, found in soybean oil, corn oil, nuts and seeds.

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