Cholesterolaemic effect of palmitic acid in relation to other dietary fatty acids.

@article{French2002CholesterolaemicEO,
  title={Cholesterolaemic effect of palmitic acid in relation to other dietary fatty acids.},
  author={Margaret A French and Kalyana Sundram and Michael Thomas Clandinin},
  journal={Asia Pacific journal of clinical nutrition},
  year={2002},
  volume={11 Suppl 7},
  pages={S401-7}
}
The effect of dietary intake of high palmitic acid levels in combination with other fatty acids in normal subjects was assessed. Palmitic acid (10% of energy) was fed in conjunction with decreasing levels of linoleic acid to determine if a threshold level of linoleic acid prevented palmitic acid from being hypercholesterolaemic. Healthy subjects received each of the diet treatments for 21 days, followed by washout periods of 7 days. In a second experiment, the effect of exchanging palmitic acid… CONTINUE READING
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