5 Foods With dihomo Mead Acid (22:3) - Care Omnia Nutrition
dihomo Mead acid, 22:3, is a polyunsaturated fatty acid.
It’s needed to compensate for the lack of DHA when an infant or preterm infant isn’t breastfed.
But the most common use of dihomo Mead acid is as a flavor enhancer for foods.
You can find dihomo Mead acid in food sources like:
- Fats and Oils
- Pork Products
We have a very limited number of foods in our tool that have a measurement for dihomo Mead acid. We're hoping to remedy this in future updates.
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Ranked List Of 5 Foods With dihomo Mead Acid (22:3)
Below you'll find a list of the top 5 foods that contain dihomo mead acid (22:3). It's ranked from the food with the most amount to the food with the least amount.
For ease of use, we've grouped together all foods that share the same rank. Click on the rows with the symbol ⇵ to show or hide the foods with the same rank.
By clicking on a food you'll get a list of all the nutrient content of that food.
5 Foods Ranked 1 - 4 With dihomo Mead Acid (22:3)
Click on a food to explore all of the nutrients it contains.
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(Salad Or Cooking)
(Salad Or Cooking, High Oleic, Primary Safflower Oil Of Commerce)
Two foods with same rank. ⇵
Figure 1. Foods with dihomo mead acid (22:3) rank 1 to 4
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Foods In Different Categories With dihomo Mead Acid (22:3)
The food categories below have foods that contain dihomo mead acid (22:3).
Select a category to show a ranked list of all the foods in that category with dihomo mead acid (22:3).
|Fats and Oils|