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Re: arachidonic acid

Posted By: JFS
Date: July-06, 1998 at 21:57:26

In Response To: Re: arachidonic acid (Louise)

Those pre-disposed to the consumption of animal protien
would most likely be the ones more capable of
handling arachidonic acid.

I'm curious, then. AA is associated with increased production of "bad eicosanoids" (prostaglandins, thromboxanes, and leukotrienes), which tend to result in more inflammatory reactions and narrowed blood vessels. Are these problems less common among Os? If not, are they less common among Os eating the O diet? Hmmm...

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