Fatty acids and us – essential fatty acids, saturated fatty acids, unsaturated fats, omega, polyunsaturated carbons, trance and other words that cause head spin can very well confuse the reader who simply wants to know what is in the food he buys, “Sucker” that impresses the same words from the world of biology. In this text, we will try to regulate the ear with respect to fatty acids and also look at the fatty acids available in EVOLUTION to deepen our knowledge of the subject. Through a more simple understanding of the “fatty world” we can see why many doctors recommend products containing omega-3, Unsaturated fatty acids and of course avoid trance fat.

We should talk about the two main parts of the fatty acids that make up the image, the fatty acid molecule. First and foremost, start with your head! A carbon atom can “send four hands” to the atoms around it, when these hands are the bonds between the atoms. The head of the fatty acid, also known as carboxylic acid, or simply a carboxylic head is actually a carbon that sends one hand to seal oxygen, two hands to seal oxygen and it is attached to another hydrogen atom and another hand to the long chain which is the carbon tail. In fact, this group is the reason why the molecules are called acid, and are also very affected by environmental acidity.
The second part, around which the extensive public and consumer debate is created, is the carbon tail. As we said, carbon “sends hands” wherever it can when the carbon of the tailhead is called alpha, and it reaches one hand into the carbon of the carboxylic head, two hands to hydrogen atoms, and one hand to the next carbon. Here we begin to go deeper into the rabbit hole, and try to understand what the whole story is about.

Fatty Acids And us – Now that we know why unsaturated fatty acids are better for us, let’s look at the different types within this family. Omega-3 and omega-6, although they only specify which carbon sends a pair of hands to come in line, but the very fact of this connection completely changes the way they behave. First, the body does not produce such acids, making them essential. Second, studies have shown positive results in a vast variety of diseases and poor font conditions. The stars of these acids are linoleic acid and alpha linoleic acid, which are both omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids respectively.But trans fat, is also unsaturated fatty acid so why is not healthy? Because of the double bond, the omega, the tail changes the entire spatial structure of the fatty acid. The same configuration (as seen in the painting) is a sinusoidal form, which is man-made, and is used in industries for solid products (margarine) compared to products that are rich in unsaturated fatty acids (olive oil). There are many risks in using trans fat and it is recommended not to consume much, to maintain heart health and blood pressure.

Fatty acids and us – we have two more short stops before we complete the journey, the next one being Poly. No, it is not within me, but in the foreign word that means multiplicity. Whenever you see the word exploding polyunsaturated fatty acids, you will no longer feel a strong need to scratch your head. Poly is something, just saying it has more, that is, polyunsaturated, indicates that there is more than one double link in the tail of the fatty acid. The same benefits attributed to linoleic acid and its proxies, alpha linolenic and gamma linoleic, are partly due to polyunsaturated fatty acids.
Before we finish, we’ll talk about another family within the fatty acids, that we hear the complicated name Icosnoids, which sounds like a science fiction movie. It is simply a name that describes a family of molecules obtained by oxidation of polyunsaturated fatty acids with a tail of 20 carbons. The role of the molecules in the body is reminiscent of hormones, and according to the type of acid they come from (Omega 3, 6,9 et al.), Different effects are created on arthritis, pain and the integrity of the circulatory system.