The Return of w3 Fatty Acids into the Food Supply: I. Land-Based Animal Food Products and Their Health Effects. International Conference, Bethesda, Md., September 1997 / Edition 1

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Table of Contents

Conference Organization
Preface
Overview of Evolutionary Aspects of [omega]3 Fatty Acids in the Diet 1
Dietary Intake of Long-Chain Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids during the Paleolithic 12
[omega]3 Fatty Acids and Cardiovascular Disease 24
Regulatory Effects of Polyunsaturates on Bone Modeling and Cartilage Function 38
[omega]3 Fatty Acid Status in Patients with Retinitis pigmentosa 52
Production of Docosahexaenoic Acid from Microalgae and Its Benefits for Use in Animal Feeds 61
Production of Docosahexaenoic Acid-Enriched Poultry Eggs and Meat Using an Algae-Based Feed Ingredient 77
Designer Eggs and Their Nutritional and Functional Significance 89
Poultry-Based Alternatives for Enhancing the [omega]3 Fatty Acid Content of American Diets 102
Single Cell Oil Sources of Docosahexaenoic Acid: Clinical Studies 116
[omega]3 Enriched Pork 132
Enrichment of Beef with [omega]3 Fatty Acids 144
Docosahexaenoic Acid-Enriched Milk 160
[omega]3 Products: From Research to Retail 166
Utilization of [omega]3 Fatty Acids in Companion Animal Nutrition 176
Metabolism of [alpha]-Linolenic Acid from Flaxseed in Dogs 186
Global Food Fortification Perspectives of Long Chain [omega]3 Fatty Acids 199
Regulatory Aspects of [omega]3 Fatty Acid Labelling in Canada 210
[omega]3 Fatty Acids - An Australian Perspective 215
Redefining Dietary Reference Values and Food Safety 219
Utilization of [omega]3 Fatty Acids in Ruminants 223
Use of Marine Resources to Enrich the Most Consumed Animal Origin Products in Mexico with [omega]3 Fatty Acids 224
The Fatty Acid Composition of Muscle, Brain, Marrow and Adipose Tissue in Elk: Evolutionary Implications for Human Dietary Lipid Requirements 225
Fish Consumption May Predict a Lower Prevalence of Major Depression: A Cross-National Analysis 226
Fish Oils as Potential Immune-Enhancers in Clinical Enteral Nutritional Support: A Survey of Professional Users 227
Present Estimates of [omega]3 Fatty Acid Intake in the US 228
Incorporation of [omega]3 Fatty Acid-Enriched Eggs in Low Fat Diets of Hypercholesterolemic Humans 229
Marine Crustancea Red Crab (Pleuroncodes planipes) as a Potential Source [omega]3 Fatty Acids 230
Factors Affecting [omega]3 Fatty Acid Deposition from Dietary Flaxseed and Elongation of C18:3 to C22:6 in the Egg 230
Distribution of [omega]3 Fatty Acid Levels and Prevalence of Low Levels of [omega]3 Fatty Acids in Subjects Participating in the Framingham Offspring Heart Study Cycle 4 231
[omega]3 Fatty Acids in Meat Raise Plasma Levels of Eicosapentaenoic and Docosapentaenoic Acids 233
Effect of Feeding Flaxseed to Laying Hens on the Hen Performance and Fatty Acid Composition of Yolk Eggs 234
Author Index 235
Subject Index 236
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