Dietary fat and not calcium supplementation or dairy product consumption is associated with changes in anthropometrics during a randomized, placebo-controlled energy-restriction trial

@inproceedings{Smilowitz2011DietaryFA,
  title={Dietary fat and not calcium supplementation or dairy product consumption is associated with changes in anthropometrics during a randomized, placebo-controlled energy-restriction trial},
  author={Jennifer T. Smilowitz and Michelle M. Wiest and Dorothy Teegarden and Michael B Zemel and J. Bruce German and Marta D. Van Loan},
  booktitle={Nutrition & metabolism},
  year={2011}
}
Insufficient calcium intake has been proposed to cause unbalanced energy partitioning leading to obesity. However, weight loss interventions including dietary calcium or dairy product consumption have not reported changes in lipid metabolism measured by the plasma lipidome.MethodsThe objective of this study was to determine the relationships between dairy product or supplemental calcium intake with changes in the plasma lipidome and body composition during energy restriction. A secondary… CONTINUE READING
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