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noun, plural: monounsaturated fats
An unsaturated fatty acid that contains only one double or triple bond in the carbon chain, and believed to be a dietary fat that helps reduce LDL cholesterol in blood.
Foods rich in monounsaturated fats are almonds, peanut oil, olive oil, canola, and avocados.
Word origin: mono- (single)
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