Definitions for "Gamma linoleic acid"
Keywords:  borage, primrose, gla, omega, healthy
(GLA) - Promotes healthy immune function. Scientific research supports the use of essential fatty acid nutrients in promoting optimal health. Flax and borage seed oils are nature's sources of GLA. Evidence exists to suggest the combination of omega-3 fatty acids with gamma-linolenic acid (GLA) may further complement the therapeutic result of either fatty acid used singularly making it useful for losing weight.
Anti-inflammatory, improves moisture balance and softens dry skin, naturally occurring lipid essential for healthy skin cells
a polyunsaturated fat that is used to treat a number of conditions including rheumatoid arthritis, eczema, and premenstrual syndrome (PMS). GLA comes borage oil, from the seeds of the evening primrose plant and from black currants