Fatty acid content of plasma lipid fractions, blood lipids, and apolipoproteins in children fed milk products containing different quantity and quality of fat.

@article{Svahn2000FattyAC,
  title={Fatty acid content of plasma lipid fractions, blood lipids, and apolipoproteins in children fed milk products containing different quantity and quality of fat.},
  author={J C E Svahn and Franziska Feldl and Niels C.R R{\"a}ih{\"a} and Berthold Koletzko and Irene E M Axelsson},
  journal={Journal of pediatric gastroenterology and nutrition},
  year={2000},
  volume={31 2},
  pages={152-61}
}
BACKGROUND Differences in fatty acid content of plasma lipid fractions and serum lipid concentrations were investigated among young children fed different milk diets composed to achieve a recommended saturated fat intake. METHODS Thirty-eight healthy children were randomly assigned to one of four feeding groups at 12 months: 1) low-fat milk (1.0 g/dL cow's milk fat); 2) standard-fat milk (3.5 g/dL cow's milk fat); 3) partially vegetable fat milk (3.5 gtat/dL fat; 50% vegetable fat: rapeseed… CONTINUE READING