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Linolleic Fatty Acids
A general category of fats, coming from vegetables. These include Omega 6, thought to be harmful if consumed in extreme, and "Alpha- linoleic"; or Omega 3 (which crops up in oily fish as well as flax, olive, rape and walnuts) which is thought to be beneficial as a protection against certain cancers and heart disease.
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