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All PUFAs are not created equal: absence of CHD benefit specific to linoleic acid in randomized controlled trials and prospective observational cohorts



All PUFAs are not created equal: absence of CHD benefit specific to linoleic acid in randomized controlled trials and prospective observational cohorts



World Review of Nutrition and Dietetics 102: 30-43




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PMID: 21865817

DOI: 10.1159/000327789


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