Dietary intake and plasma lipid levels: lessons from a study of the diet of health conscious groups.

  title={Dietary intake and plasma lipid levels: lessons from a study of the diet of health conscious groups.},
  author={M. Thorogood and Lorna Roe and Klim Mcpherson and Jim I. Mann},
  volume={300 6735},
AIM To re-examine the contentious relation between diet and plasma lipids within a population. DESIGN Cross sectional sample from a large prospective cohort study of people eating different diets in Britain. Blood samples and diet records collected from subjects. SUBJECTS Volunteers eating one of four distinct diets--namely, vegans, vegetarians, fish eaters who do not eat meat, and meat eaters. 52 Subjects selected from each group. METHODS Examination of the relation between nutritional… CONTINUE READING
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