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Élévation aigüe de la cétonémie : effets cétogènes de produits alimentaires dérivés de l’huile de noix de coco et influence d’une combinaison avec de l’exercice de type aérobie

  title={{\'E}l{\'e}vation aig{\"u}e de la c{\'e}ton{\'e}mie : effets c{\'e}tog{\`e}nes de produits alimentaires d{\'e}riv{\'e}s de l’huile de noix de coco et influence d’une combinaison avec de l’exercice de type a{\'e}robie},
  author={Camille Vandenberghe},
Objective: We aimed to compare the acute ketogenic effect in healthy adult humans of the following test oils: coconut oil (CO), classical medium chain triglycerides (MCT) oil (C8/C10; 55:35), tricaprylin (>95% C8), tricaprin (>95% C10), or CO mixed 50:50 with C8/C10 or C8. Design: In a crossover design, healthy adults (N=9) took two 20 ml doses of the test oils prepared as an emulsion in 250 ml of lactose-free skim milk. The first dose was taken with breakfast and the second at noon but without… Expand

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