Tag: omega6

Omega-6 (n-6): A type of essential polyunsaturated fatty acid. Vegetable oils high in linoleic acid (corn oil, safflower oil, soybean oil) are the most abundant source of omega-6 fatty acids. However, omega-6 fats are also found in nuts and seeds, whole grains, certain vegetables and meat.

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05/07/17
Linoleic acid found in vegetable oils promotes migration and invasion of triple negative breast cancer cells
05/22/16
Plant-based omega-3 fatty acid ALA reduces ER+/PR+ breast cancer growth
03/24/14
Common omega-6 fat promotes metastasis of triple negative breast cancer cells
01/19/14
High dietary omega-6 to omega-3 fat ratio may increase breast density
11/30/12
Fish fats reduce breast cancer risk whereas some other types of fat increase it
03/20/12
Farm raised fish may be exposed to significant hormones
03/01/12
Omega-6 fatty acids in meat and cooking oils promote breast cancer development
12/26/11
Omega-3 fats reduce risk of breast cancer in obese women
09/12/11
Fish oil reduces breast cancer risk by depleting arachidonic acid in mammary tissue
08/09/11
High omega-3 to omega-6 ratio reduces breast density and tumors in animal model of breast cancer
12/08/10
Intermittent calorie restriction plus fish oil prevents breast cancer more than either alone
05/19/10
Omega-6 rich corn oil reduces effectiveness of tamoxifen
02/22/10
Benign breast disease least likely to progress to breast cancer in those having children while young
02/17/10
Taking aspirin improves breast cancer survival

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