"Whole foods" don't just magically negate polyunsaturated fats, I seriously don't understand what you're expecting. You're not finding anything because you're searching for something asinine. It's well documented already the detrimental effect on human health that polyunsaturated fatty acids have.
Originally Posted by Neckhammer
Rancidity of seed oils is not even relevant to the topic, it's something else entirely. Just because it's not a seed oil, doesn't mean it changes mechanisms. It increases oxidative stress because it contains two or more double bonds between carbon atoms. Double bonds extremely susceptible to oxidation. When oxidized, it attracts oxygen causing binding and turning it into a peroxyl radical. Which is where the harmful effects on cellular membrane, dna, etc come in play.
The only thing vitamin e helps with is stopping the random oxidation(peroxidation), which causes tissue damaging free radicals. Controlled oxidation still takes place, as I described above.
Your "whole food" nuts, have enzyme inhibitors and anti-nutrients anyway.
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