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Omega 9 is a monounsaturated fatty acid. The most important Omega 9 fatty acid is oleic acid.
Omega 9 is a polysaturated fatty acid Oleic acid is the most common and important Omega 9 fatty acid and can be found various vegetables sources such as olive oil. It is a partially essential fatty acid that helps maintaining normal cholesterol levels. Maintaining a healthy cholesterol level is important to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease.