A high-fat meal increases cardiovascular reactivity to psychological stress in healthy young adults.

@article{Jakulj2007AHM,
  title={A high-fat meal increases cardiovascular reactivity to psychological stress in healthy young adults.},
  author={Fabijana Jakulj and Kristin A Zernicke and Simon L Bacon and Laura E van Wielingen and Brenda L Key and Sheila G. West and Tavis S Campbell},
  journal={The Journal of nutrition},
  year={2007},
  volume={137 4},
  pages={935-9}
}
The consumption of high levels of saturated fat over the course of several weeks may lead to exaggerated cardiovascular reactivity. The consumption of a single high-fat meal has been associated with a transient impairment of vascular function. In a randomized, repeated measures, crossover study we tested whether the consumption of a single high-fat meal by healthy, normotensive participants would affect cardiovascular reactivity when compared with an isocaloric, low-fat meal. Thirty healthy… CONTINUE READING
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