Dietary fish oil increases lipid mobilization but does not decrease lipid storage-related enzyme activities in adipose tissue of insulin-resistant, sucrose-fed rats.

@article{PeyronCaso2003DietaryFO,
  title={Dietary fish oil increases lipid mobilization but does not decrease lipid storage-related enzyme activities in adipose tissue of insulin-resistant, sucrose-fed rats.},
  author={Elodie Peyron-Caso and Annie Quignard-Boulang{\'e} and Muriel Laromigui{\`e}re and Sandrine Feing-Kwong-Chan and Annie V{\'e}ron{\`e}se and Bernadette Ardouin and G{\'e}rard Slama and Salwa Rizkalla},
  journal={The Journal of nutrition},
  year={2003},
  volume={133 7},
  pages={2239-43}
}
Fish oil feeding has been shown to limit visceral fat accumulation in insulin-resistant rats. Our goal was to determine whether this finding is due to increased fat mobilization or decreased lipid storage. Adipocytes were isolated from rats fed for 3 wk a diet containing 57.5 g/100 g sucrose and 14 g/100 g lipids as either fish oil (SF) or a mixture of standard oils (SC); there was also a reference group (R). Substituting fish oil for standard oils protected rats from visceral fat hypertrophy… CONTINUE READING
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