Different clearance of intravenously administered olive oil and soybean-oil emulsions: role of hepatic lipase.

@article{Brouwer1993DifferentCO,
  title={Different clearance of intravenously administered olive oil and soybean-oil emulsions: role of hepatic lipase.},
  author={C S van der Blij-de Brouwer and Tjerk W. A. de Bruin and Hans Jansen and D. Willem Erkelens},
  journal={The American journal of clinical nutrition},
  year={1993},
  volume={57 4},
  pages={533-9}
}
The elimination of two intravenously administered fat emulsions consisting of either 20% (wt:vol) soybean oil or 17% olive oil plus 3% soybean oil was studied in six normolipidemic young men according to a randomized crossover protocol. Slower elimination was found with the olive oil emulsion. A significantly lower maximal removal capacity (K1) and fractional catabolic rate (K2) were measured with olive oil emulsion (P < 0.05). Removal of olive oil emulsion was inversely related to hepatic… CONTINUE READING

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