Effect of dietary fat and cholesterol on uptake of oleic acid and triolein by everted sacs of bovine small intestine.

The influence of dietary fats on in vitro lipid absorption by bovine intestine was studied in 14 calves. Holstein bull calves were fed for 16 wk five liquid diets containing skim milk plus either 3.5% milk fat, 3.5% tallow, 3.5% tallow and .2% cholesterol, 7.0% tallow, or 7.0% tallow and .2% cholesterol. Uptake of oleic acid or triolein by everted jejunal… CONTINUE READING