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xxImHisGirlxx

  • 10 months ago

which fats are considered "essential fatty acids" saturated fats unsaturated fats trans fatty acids all of the above

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    There are only 2 essential fatty acids known for humans: alpha-linolenic acid and linoleic acid. They're both unsaturated, but that doesn't mean all unsaturated fats are essential.

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    so there's no 100% correct answer, but unsaturated would be the best answer

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