Dietary fats and insulin action

@article{Storlien2004DietaryFA,
  title={Dietary fats and insulin action},
  author={Len H. Storlien and Louise A. Baur and Adamandia D. Kriketos and David A. Pan and Gregory J. Cooney and Arthur B. Jenkins and G. D. Calvert and Lesley V. Campbell},
  journal={Diabetologia},
  year={2004},
  volume={39},
  pages={621-631}
}
The history of research into the relationship between dietary fat intake and impaired insulin action has its origin in the work of Himsworth approximately 60 years ago [1, 2]. In a series of pioneering studies using crude indices of insulin action and limited subject numbers (only one in an often quoted paper!), Himsworth linked high levels of fat intake with insulin resistance, and conversely, improved insulin action with predominantly carbohydrate diet. However, the link was tenuous and… Expand
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