Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Biochemistry and Health Benefits of Fatty Acids

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Academic Editor

Viduranga Y. Waisundara

Australian College of Business & Technology

Series Editor

Miroslav Blumenberg

New York University Langone Medical Center, United States of America

PublishedDecember 19th, 2018

Doi10.5772/intechopen.73762

ISBN978-1-78984-873-1

Print ISBN978-1-78984-872-4

eBook (PDF) ISBN978-1-83881-750-3

Copyright year2018

Number of pages138

Part of the book seriesBiochemistry

Issn2632-0983

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4. Fatty Acids, Gut Microbiota, and the Genesis of Obesity

By Patricia de Velasco, Amanda Ferreira, Louise Crovesy, Tarsis Marine and Maria das Graças Tavares do Carmo

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5. Commercial and Therapeutic Potential of Plant-Based Fatty Acids

By Ana Paula de Souza e Silva, Wanessa Almeida da Costa, Marielba de Los Angeles Rodriguez Salazar, Priscila do Nascimento Bezerra, Flávia Cristina Seabra Pires, Maria Caroline Rodrigues Ferreira, Eduardo Gama Ortiz Menezes, Glides Rafael Olivo Urbina, Jhonatas Rodrigues Barbosa and de Carvalho Raul Nunes

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6. Lipids and Fatty Acids in Human Milk: Benefits and Analysis

By Jesui Vergilio Visentainer, Oscar Oliveira Santos, Liane Maldaner, Caroline Zappielo, Vanessa Neia, Lorena Visentainer, Luciana Pelissari, Jessica Pizzo, Adriela Rydlewski, Roberta Silveira, Marilia Galuch and Jeane Laguila Visentainer

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