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"Until 2005, "fatty acids" were also included in the labeling. "I wouldn't have known that there was fatty acid in the Grapple except for the fact that I have a very bad reaction to fatty acids—explosive diarrhea," writes "Pete" online. "I was on a road trip with my family one minute in the middle of a snowstorm and the next minute I was in the car in the middle of a shit blizzard." Snyder dismisses these protestations as mere sour grapes: "If five percent of people complain, I've got no problem with that. People who don't like it probably wake up with a cranky attitude. Fine."
- Adam Leith Gollne, The Fruit Hunters: A Story of Nature, Adventure, Commerce and Obsession (Get the book.)

"Chemistry majors note: The accurate description is: a phosphorylated N-acetylglucosamine (NAG) dimer attached to either 6 or 7 saturated fatty acids, some attached directly to NAG, the rest to other fatty acids. Lipid A is what really turns a fleabite into bubonic plague. Once the cell wall in which the Lipid A is embedded is destroyed—and if the phagocytes don't destroy it by the time it reaches the lymphatic system, the bacterial cells destroy themselves, helped by a protein released by the Type III secretion system—the fatty acids are released."
- William Rosen, Justinian's Flea: The First Great Plague and the End of the Roman Empire (Get the book.)

"Lipid A.* • Chemistry majors note: The accurate description is: a phosphorylated N-acetylglucosamine (NAG) dimer attached to either 6 or 7 saturated fatty acids, some attached directly to NAG, the rest to other fatty acids. Lipid A is what really turns a fleabite into bubonic plague. Once the cell wall in which the Lipid A is embedded is destroyed—and if the phagocytes don't destroy it by the time it reaches the lymphatic system, the bacterial cells destroy themselves, helped by a protein released by the Type III secretion system—the fatty acids are released."

- William Rosen, Justinian's Flea: The First Great Plague and the End of the Roman Empire (Get the book.)

"Monounsatu rated fatty Acid MFA An oil with one open (unsaturated) area on its fatty acids. Heavy liquid at room temperature, such as olive oil. Polyunsaturated Fat or Polyunsaturated fatty Acid PUFA An oil with many open (unsaturated) areas on its fatty acids. Light in color and liquid at room temperature. The more unsaturated, the lighter the liquid (for example, safflower oil versus olive oil). Omega-3 Oil or Omega-3 PUFA 0-3 A PUFA in which the unsaturated areas are in a unique location, the third bond from the omega end."
- James Scala Ph.D., 20 Natural Ways to Reduce the Risk of Prostate Cancer : A Mind-Body Approach to Health and Well-Being (Get the book.)

"ESSENTIAL fatty ACIDS. There are two families of essential fatty acids, or EFAs: omega-3 and omega-6. High consumption of omega-6 can increase inflammation; in contrast, omega-3 fatty acids have strong anti-inflammatory properties. Omega-3 is most readily available through the consumption of fish and shellfish. Wild salmon, North Atlantic mackerel, sardines, flounder, sole, scallops, shrimp, pollack, red snapper, and tilapia are best because they all have a low mercury content."
- Donna Jackson Nakazawa, The Autoimmune Epidemic (Get the book.)

"ESTERS OF fatty ACIDS_ Products and Uses: Various applications include adhesives, cosmetics, leather products, lubricants, and textile finishes. Precautions: Harmless when used for intended purposes. Synonyms: METHYL ESTER OF fatty ACID ? BUTYL ESTER OF FATTY ACID ? PROPYL ESTER OF fatty ACID ? GLYCERYL ESTER OF fatty ACID ? POLYETHYLENE GLYCOL ESTER OF fatty ACID ETHANE___ Products and Uses: Occurs in natural gas as a refrigerant or fuel. Precautions: An asphyxiant gas. Severe fire risk if exposed to fire or open flame. Synonyms: CAS: 74-84-0 ? DIMETHYL ?"
- Grace Ross Lewis, 1001 Chemicals in Everyday Products (Get the book.)

"Liver, fatty fish, egg yolk, dairy products, margarine. E Antioxidant. Works with selenium to protect cells from damage. Has a role in healing of wounds. Vegetables oils: wheatgerm, sunflower, olive and safflower oils,- margarine, almonds, wholegrains. Biotin (Vitamin H) Manufacture of fatty acids and involved in metabolism of proteins and carbohydrates. Yeast, chicken liver, soya beans, eggs, oysters, wholemeal bread, fish. K Ensures normal clotting of blood. Green leafy vegetables (spinach, broccoli, cabbage), eggs, liver."
- Dr Ron Roberts, Asthma Controlled Naturally: Techniques That Work (Get the book.)

"As our muscles begin working, the body breaks down fat molecules to fuel them, liberating fatty acids in the bloodstream. These free fatty acids compete with tryptophan, one of the eight essential amino acids, for slots on transport proteins, increasing its concentration in the bloodstream. The tryptophan pushes through the blood-brain barrier to equalize its levels, and once inside, it's immediately put to use as the building block for our old friend serotonin."
- John J. Ratey, MD, Spark: The Revolutionary New Science of Exercise and the Brain (Get the book.)

"I wouldn't have known that there was fatty acid in the Grapple except for the fact that I have a very bad reaction to fatty acids—explosive diarrhea," writes "Pete" online. "I was on a road trip with my family one minute in the middle of a snowstorm and the next minute I was in the car in the middle of a shit blizzard." Snyder dismisses these protestations as mere sour grapes: "If five percent of people complain, I've got no problem with that. People who don't like it probably wake up with a cranky attitude. Fine. You're not going to make everybody happy."
- Adam Leith Gollne, The Fruit Hunters: A Story of Nature, Adventure, Commerce and Obsession (Get the book.)

"In order to absorb fatty acids from your food, your digestion must work properly, and for that you need enough bile and digestive enzymes. Sadly, many women whom I see with bone loss have digestive problems and are unable to absorb fats and fat-soluble vitamins (vitamins A, D, E, and K). In addition to having deficient hormones, these women have mood problems (from lack of omega-3 fatty acids) as well as difficulty making new bone. Specialty lab tests can measure your digestive enzymes and the fat content of your stool to see if this is a problem."
- Phuli Cohan, The Natural Hormone Makeover: 10 Steps to Rejuvenate Your Health and Rediscover Your Inner Glow (Get the book.)

"Omega-3 fatty acids are especially conducive to brain function because they prime the outer membranes on brain cells to receive signals from nerves more efficiently, thereby maximizing learning potential. Foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids are good snacks during work time. These include walnuts, cooked soybeans (edamame), strawberries, and anything with raw tofu in it. B vitamins have a similar effect, while also boosting energy. These vitamins are found in abundance in citrus fruits like oranges and grapefruit."
- Jay Gordon, The ADD and ADHD Cure: The Natural Way to Treat Hyperactivity and Refocus Your Child (Get the book.)

"The fatty acids in trans-fats don't lubricate the brain in the way natural fatty acids do - in fact, they may actually inhibit brain function. Animal studies have shown trans-fatty acids alter the efficiency with which brain cells communicate with each other. In the words of Dr Alex Richardson, a physiology researcher at Oxford University, 'Every time children eat crisps, biscuits or cakes, they are filling themselves with what are, essentially, toxic fats ..."
- Sue Palmer, Toxic Childhood: How the Modern World is Damaging Our Children and What We Can Do About it (Get the book.)

"Synonyms: METHYL ESTER OF fatty ACID ? BUTYL ESTER OF FATTY ACID ? PROPYL ESTER OF fatty ACID ? GLYCERYL ESTER OF fatty ACID ? POLYETHYLENE GLYCOL ESTER OF fatty ACID ETHANE___ Products and Uses: Occurs in natural gas as a refrigerant or fuel. Precautions: An asphyxiant gas. Severe fire risk if exposed to fire or open flame. Synonyms: CAS: 74-84-0 ? DIMETHYL ? METHYLMETHANE ETHANETHIOL__ Products and Uses: It is an LPG (liquified petroleum gas) odorant. Used in adhesives. Tomato juice is reported to deodorize materials contaminated with this compound."
- Grace Ross Lewis, 1001 Chemicals in Everyday Products (Get the book.)

"This multiplies the chances of blood clots and the build-up of fatty deposits, which can lead to heart disease. Researchers at Harvard Medical School, who observed 85,000 women over eight years, found that those eating margarine had an increased risk of coronary heart disease. A Welsh study linked the concentration of these artificial trans fats in body fat with death from heart disease. The Dutch government has already banned any products containing trans fatty acids. Why is an increased risk of heart disease so important in the consideration of cancer?"
- Andreas Moritz, Cancer Is Not A Disease - It's A Survival Mechanism (Get the book.)

"I wouldn't have known that there was fatty acid in the Grapple except for the fact that I have a very bad reaction to fatty acids—explosive diarrhea," writes "Pete" online. "I was on a road trip with my family one minute in the middle of a snowstorm and the next minute I was in the car in the middle of a shit blizzard." Snyder dismisses these protestations as mere sour grapes: "If five percent of people complain, I've got no problem with that. People who don't like it probably wake up with a cranky attitude. Fine. You're not going to make everybody happy."
- Adam Leith Gollne, The Fruit Hunters: A Story of Nature, Adventure, Commerce and Obsession (Get the book.)

"A diet composed mostly of saturated fat, animal fatty acids, and trans fatty acids (from margarine, shortening, and other sources of hydroge-nated vegetable oils), and high in cholesterol, results in membranes that are much less fluid in nature than the membranes in a person who consumes optimum levels of unsaturated fatty acids. Without a healthy membrane, cells lose their ability to hold water, vital nutrients, and electrolytes. They also lose their ability to communicate with other cells and be controlled by regulating hormones including insulin."
- Michael T. Murray and Michael R. Lyon, Hunger Free Forever: The New Science of Appetite Control (Get the book.)

"Omega fatty Acids Omega fatty acids are found in many kinds of fish and various oils, including flaxseed oil, linseed oil, and evening primrose oil. Numerous studies have shown clinical benefits following ingestion of n-3 fatty acids in patients suffering from rheumatoid arthritis. One found that the oral intake of 2.6 g per day of omega-3 fatty acids by rheumatoid arthritis patients over a period of twelve months led to significant improvements in symptoms associated with the disease. Omega fatty acids may also be useful in the treatment and prevention of cancer."
- Gary Null, Ph.D., Gary Nulls Ultimate Anti Aging Program (Get the book.)

"However, fatty breasts are anything but the rule at any age. Younger women tend to have less fatty breasts, as the tissue is rich in glandular elements and their supporting connective tissue. Menopausal status, number of live births, post-menopausal estrogen therapy, and body mass index all influence breast density. Most importantly, breast density is a familial trait."
- Nortin M. Hadler MD, Worried Sick: A Prescription for Health in an Overtreated America (Get the book.)

"So out of that we started asking questions about other fatty foods, and one of the ones we focused on was nuts." At the time, clinical nutritionists were telling people to stay away from all fatty foods and snack foods, including nuts. "But," Fraser said, cleaving the air with both palms for emphasis, "it turns out that most of the fat in nuts is unsaturated fat. And when we looked at that data, it was really so clear: The Adventists who consumed nuts at least five times a week had about half the risk of heart disease of those who didn't."
- Dan Buettner, The Blue Zones: Lessons for Living Longer From the People Who've Lived the Longest (Get the book.)

"Estrogen dominance causes a host of metabolic disturbances, which occur much like a chicken-and-egg relationship: • Too much estrogen circulating in the body increases body fat, and fatty tissue within the body produces and stores more estrogen. Body fat contains an enzyme that converts adrenal steroids to estrogen. At a cellular level, body fat continues to produce more estrogen, and a high estrogen level, in turn, causes the body to increase its store of fatty tissue. In other words, your belly becomes a "fat magnet."
- C. W. Randolph, M.D., From Belly Fat to Belly FLAT: How Your Hormones Are Adding Inches to Your Waistline and Subtracting Years from Your Life (Get the book.)

"My assertion that neither fish nor omega-3 fatty acid itself will spare you cancer is supported by another systematic review of the literature (MacLean et al. 2006). Brouwer et al. (2006) performed an interesting randomized controlled trial of omega-3 fatty acids in patients with implantable cardioverter-defibrillators for life-threatening arrhythmias. There was no effect on recurrences of arrhythmias. The observational study of survival benefit of adhering to the Mediterranean Diet in Greece was by Trichopoulou et al. (2003)."
- Nortin M. Hadler MD, Worried Sick: A Prescription for Health in an Overtreated America (Get the book.)

"Omega fatty Acids Omega fatty acids are found in many kinds of fish and various oils, including flaxseed oil, linseed oil, and evening primrose oil. Numerous studies have shown clinical benefits following ingestion of n-3 fatty acids in patients suffering from rheumatoid arthritis. One found that the oral intake of 2.6 g per day of omega-3 fatty acids by rheumatoid arthritis patients over a period of twelve months led to significant improvements in symptoms associated with the disease. Omega fatty acids may also be useful in the treatment and prevention of cancer."
- Gary Null, Ph.D., Gary Nulls Ultimate Anti Aging Program (Get the book.)

"A Swedish study in 1983 found that the milk of nursing mothers who regularly ate fatty fish from the Baltic Sea had higher levels of PCBs and pesticide residues than even meat-eaters. Lactovegetarians were found to have the lowest pesticide residues in this study. Dairy Consumption For everyone who lives on milk, being still an infant, is unskilled in the word of righteousness. But solid food is for the mature, for those whose faculties have been trained by practice to distinguish good from evil."
- Gabriel Cousens, There Is a Cure for Diabetes: The Tree of Life 21-Day+ Program (Get the book.)

"Researchers found the initial stages of atherosclerosis in the form of fatty plaques and streaks in most children and teenagers.98 DIET AND TYPE-2 DIABETES PREVENTION AND REVERSAL FOR CHILDREN Research by Dr. Milagros G. Huerta has suggested that magnesium deficiency is related to Type-2 diabetes in obese children, who are more likely to have insulin resistance.99 This study was performed to see if obese children get enough magnesium in their diets and if a lack of magnesium can cause insulin resistance and thus Type-2 diabetes."

- Gabriel Cousens, There Is a Cure for Diabetes: The Tree of Life 21-Day+ Program (Get the book.)

"Trans-fatty acids Artificial fatty acids produced by hydrogenation; although unsaturated, act like saturated fats and are unhealthy. Triglycerides fatty substances in the blood. Ulcer Sore or lesion on skin surface or internal mucous membranes. Unsaturated fatty acids Most often liquid at room temperature; primarily found in vegetable fats."
- Earl Mindell and Hester Mundis, Dr. Earl Mindell's Unsafe at Any Meal: How to Avoid Hidden Toxins in Your Food (Get the book.)

"Keep lots of raw nuts, seeds, flaxseed, and avocados on hand because they are your preferred fatty food and should be used in salad dressings and other recipes. These foods are higher in calories, so if you are trying to lose weight it is helpful not to use more than half an avocado per day and limit the quantity of seeds and nuts to a one ounce serving per day for a female and less than two ounces (1/4 cup) a day for a male."
- Dr. Joel Fuhrman, Eat For Health: Lose Weight, Keep It Off, Look Younger, Live Longer (2 book set) (Get the book.)

"A fatty substance manufactured by the liver and found in the blood, muscle, brain, and other tissues. Cholesterol can be both beneficial and damaging, depending on its level in the body and where it accumulates. High cholesterol is a risk factor for metabolic syndrome and heart disease. congestive heart failure: Heart failure caused by an inability of the hearr to pump, which results in fluid accumulating in the body. It typically develops gradually over several years, but it can also occur suddenly."
- Steven V. Joyal, What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Diabetes: An Innovative Program to Prevent, Treat, and Beat This Controllable Disease (Get the book.)

"If you decide to run 5 miles at a brisk pace, you will mainly use glycogen, while walking slowly primarily uses free fatty acids (and some glycogen as well, but not very much). To best improve insulin sensitivity and glucose uptake by muscle cells, you should focus on exercise that stresses the glycogen system. Effect on Metabolic Syndrome Physical activity has an impact on the other factors that are part of insulin resistance—blood pressure, triglyceride levels, and HDL cholesterol levels."

- Steven V. Joyal, What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Diabetes: An Innovative Program to Prevent, Treat, and Beat This Controllable Disease (Get the book.)

"Obese children typically eat more calories from fatty foods than lean children. In addition to not eating enough foods rich in magnesium, obese children seem to have problems using magnesium from the foods they eat. Extra body fat can prevent the body's cells from using magnesium to break down carbohydrates. Characteristic signs of Type-2 diabetes in children include: overweight, early stages of heart disease, magnesium deficiency, and insulin resistance. Chlorophyll through a plant-sourced diet is high in magnesium."
- Gabriel Cousens, There Is a Cure for Diabetes: The Tree of Life 21-Day+ Program (Get the book.)

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