In those that consume a typical Western food regimen, the amount of AA in immune cell membranes is way larger than the quantity of EPA, which leads to the formation of extra eicosanoids derived from AA than EPA. However, rising n-3 fatty acid consumption dose-dependently increases the EPA content of immune cell membranes. The ensuing effect can be elevated manufacturing of eicosanoids derived from


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