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What is Heptadecenoic Acid (17:1) & What Foods Can I Find It In?

Heptadecenoic acid, 17:1, is an odd-chain monounsaturated uncommon fatty acid.

Heptadecenoic acid has been found in human skeletal muscle, tissues and has been detected in biofluids.

Heptadecenoic Acid, Uncommen And Unknown

Heptadecenoic acid is a monounsaturated fatty acid with an unsaturated double bond at the 10th carbon. It belongs to the class of organic compounds of odd-chain and long-chain fatty acids. (source đź——)

The origin of heptadecenoic acid is not clear. (source đź——)

Foods You Can Find Heptadecanoic Acid (17:1) In

You find Heptadecanoic Acid (17:1) mostly in lamb, veal, and game, american indian and alaska native food, beef, and sausage and luncheon meat products.

Examples of food sources include

  • Veal
  • Bearded Seal Oil
  • Back Ribs
  • Ground Beef
  • Beef Frankfurter
  • Beef & Pork Pepperoni
  • Chuck Short Ribs

Foods That Contain Heptadecanoic Acid (17:1) In Our Nutrition Tool

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Here's our top ranked list of foods that contain Heptadecanoic Acid (17:1).

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