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What Is Heneicosanoic Acid (21:0) & What Foods Can I Find It In?

Heneicosanoic acid, 21:0, is also known as Heneicosylic acid.

It’s a long-chain saturated fatty acid.

It is the conjugate acid of a henicosanoate.

Heneicosanoic acid has been primarily detected in urine.

Heneicosanoic acid is a potentially toxic compound, just like Heptanoic acid.

Potentially Toxic

Heneicosanoic acid is a potentially toxic compound in large quantities. (source đź——)

Where To Find Heneicosanoic Acid

Heneicosanoic acid is a long-chain saturated fatty acid. (source đź——)

Heneicosanoic acid is a part of the fatty acids found in red blood cells.

Heneicosanoic acid is found in small amounts in breast milk fat and in some plants. (source đź——)

Examples of food sources include

  • Soybean Oil
  • Olive Oil
  • and Butter

Foods That Contain Heneicosanoic Acid In Our Nutrition Tool

You can find regularly updated top ranked lists of foods for over 200+ nutrients in our nutrition tool.

We currently have just a few foods in our nutrition tool that contain Heneicosanoic acid.

Here's our short list of foods that contain Heneicosanoic acid.

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