Polyunsaturated fats are fatty acids molecules which have more than one double bond in the fatty acids chain (i.e. there is two or more point in the molecule to which oxygen can bond and cause oxidation).

In terms of nutrition, these are considered less healthy than monounsaturated fats, but more healthy than saturated fats.

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