Effect of tea catechins on postprandial plasma lipid responses in human subjects.

@article{Unno2005EffectOT,
  title={Effect of tea catechins on postprandial plasma lipid responses in human subjects.},
  author={Tomonori Unno and Motomi Tago and Yoshie Suzuki and Ayumu Nozawa and Yuko M. Sagesaka and Takami Kakuda and Kazutada Egawa and Kotaro Kondo},
  journal={The British journal of nutrition},
  year={2005},
  volume={93 4},
  pages={
          543-7
        }
}
Epidemiological surveys suggest that a higher intake of tea may be associated with a lower risk of CHD. There is accumulating evidence that postprandial lipaemia makes a substantial contribution to the incidence of CHD. Our aim was, therefore, to evaluate the effect of tea catechins (major ingredients in green tea) on postprandial lipid responses in human subjects after the consumption of test meals. In a randomized triple-crossover design, nine male subjects with mild or borderline… CONTINUE READING

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