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Physiological functions of lipid nutrients

Physiological functions of lipid nutrients
Polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) refer to straight-chain fatty acids containing two or more double bonds and a carbon chain length of 18 to 22 carbon atoms. Currently more widely used ARA, DHA, EPA and linoleic acid, linolenic acid. Among them ARA can promote brain and nerve development, improve memory, prevent cardiovascular disease and cancer, but also can play a role in relieving and regulating nerves. The DHA has to promote brain and nerve development, brain eyesight, prevention of cardiovascular disease and cancer, anti-inflammatory, inhibit allergy. EPA has the effect of reducing cholesterol and triglyceride content, lowering blood viscosity, promoting blood circulation, eliminating fatigue, preventing cardiovascular diseases such as atherosclerosis, cerebral thrombosis, cerebral hemorrhage and hypertension. Linoleic acid has the effect of inhibiting tumor growth, reducing the risk of atherosclerosis and preventing cardiovascular diseases. Linolenic acid can prevent cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases, reduce blood fat, blood pressure, inhibit the occurrence and metastasis of cancer, anti-aging, enhance intelligence and so on.
Tocopherol, commonly known as vitamin E, is found primarily in the germ of oilseeds and grains. Tocopherols have a good anti-oxidant effect, help prevent the emergence of some chronic diseases, such as heart disease and some cancers. Studies have shown that tocopherols also have the properties of lowering blood cholesterol, antithrombin and anti-cancer, which can play a role in prevention and treatment of many diseases.
Phytosterols are the least abundant of all plant components and are the major component of unsaponifiable matter in oils and fats. Phytosterols have antioxidant, lipid-lowering, stimulating growth and hypothalamic activity.
Squalane and its hydrogenated form of squalane are terpenoid hydrocarbons that naturally occur in cod-liver oil and have many uses in the pharmaceutical and cosmetic industries, with cholesterol biosynthesis, antitumor, antibacterial and anti-cancer properties , As well as the treatment of chronic skin diseases and liver diseases.
Phospholipids have therapeutic effects on various metabolic disorders, such as lowering cholesterol, treating neurophysiological disorders and improving learning and memory in humans and animals.
Medium-chain triglycerides (MCT) contain predominantly 8- to 12-carbon chain fatty acid esters that can be used to treat diseases of poor malabsorption and as a primary source of energy for early infants.
OPO Structural Lipid Chemical Name: 1,3-dioleate 2-palmitic acid triglyceride. Two unique palmitic acid structure, digestion is not easy to form calcium soap, which is not easy to cause infant constipation, fatty acids and calcium easier to digest and absorb.

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