Herring ( Clupea harengus) intake influences lipoproteins but not inflammatory and oxidation markers in overweight men.

  title={Herring ( Clupea harengus) intake influences lipoproteins but not inflammatory and oxidation markers in overweight men.},
  author={Helen M. Lindqvist and A M Langkilde and Ingrid Undeland and Ann-Sofie Sandberg},
  journal={The British journal of nutrition},
  volume={101 3},
Fish consumption is associated with a lower incidence of CVD and decreases in risk factors for atherosclerosis. Although fish contains other interesting components than fish oil, few studies focus on total fish composition and the influence food preparation might have on health-beneficial components. In the present cross-over intervention study the effect of a 6-week herring diet compared with a reference diet on CVD risk factors was investigated. Thirty-five healthy, but overweight, men (mean… 

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