A high dietary lipid intake during pregnancy and lactation enhances mammary gland lipid uptake and lipoprotein lipase activity in rats.

@article{Prado1999AHD,
  title={A high dietary lipid intake during pregnancy and lactation enhances mammary gland lipid uptake and lipoprotein lipase activity in rats.},
  author={M L Cid del Prado and Salvador Villalpando and J. Rodrı́guez – Gordillo and Homero Hern{\'a}ndez-Montes},
  journal={The Journal of nutrition},
  year={1999},
  volume={129 8},
  pages={1574-8}
}
Rats fed a diet with high fat concentration produce larger amounts of milk with a higher lipid concentration than rats fed a lower fat diet. This investigation was designed to study the relationship between dietary fat intake, mammary gland lipid uptake and lipogenesis in rat dams fed, during pregnancy and lactation, one of two purified diets, with equal energy density, containing 2.5 (LL) or 20 g fat/100 g diet (HL). Milk lipid concentration and fatty acid composition were determined at d 14… CONTINUE READING

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