Eicosatrienoic acid food sources

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Eicosatrienoic acid shortly known as 20:3w-3 is a rare polyunsaturated fatty acid of omega-3 series. In humans, it symbolizes less than 0.25% of serum phospholipid fatty acids. It is most active essential fatty acids when analyzed for inhibition of fatty acid elongation or desaturation reactions that convert C-18 fatty acids to C-20 eicosanoid precursors.

Food Sources

Food name Weight (g) Eicosatrienoic Acid (g)
Kielbasa, fully cooked, pan-fried 370 0.085
Pork, cured, bacon, unprepared 113 0.033
Plantains, green, fried 118 0.017
Peanuts, all types, dry-roasted, without salt 146 0.016
Oil, flaxseed, cold pressed 13.6 0.011
Meatballs, frozen, Italian style 85 0.010
Pizza, supreme topping, rising crust, frozen, baked 227 0.009
Pork sausage, link/patty, fully cooked 23 0.009
Crustaceans, lobster, moist heat 145 0.009
Salmon, sockeye, canned 85 0.008
Fish, trout, brook 149 0.007
Croissant, with egg, cheese, and sausage 171 0.007
Beef, sweetbread, cooked, boiled 85 0.007
Turkey 113 0.006
Fish, trout, rainbow 79 0.006
Refried beans 135 0.005
Onion rings, breaded and fried 117 0.005
Cheese, swiss 132 0.004
Fish, catfish 85 0.003
Mollusks, oyster, moist heat 85 0.003

 

References:

https://pubchem.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/compound/Eicosatrienoic_acid#section=Top

http://www.hmdb.ca/metabolites/HMDB0060039

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