Linoleic Acid: Destruction in Our Food

Based on research over the
past couple of years, I believe that linoleic acid (LA) is the leading contributing cause of nearly all chronic diseases we've encountered over the last century. I strongly suggest minimizing your LA intake by replacing processed food with fresh, whole food, as well as increasing your omega-3 intake.

Excess linoleic acid consumption
damages your metabolism and
impedes your body's  ability to
generate energy.

Your risk of heart disease, cancer and obesity increases if you don't limit linoleic acid.


David Cox, D.C. Dr. David Cox is Little Elm's Original Chiropractor! Passionately serving the area since 2001, he has been in Little Elm since it was a "one stop light town!"

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