Hydrogenated phosphatidylcholine supplementation reduces hepatic lipid levels in mice fed a high-fat diet.

@article{Tandy2010HydrogenatedPS,
  title={Hydrogenated phosphatidylcholine supplementation reduces hepatic lipid levels in mice fed a high-fat diet.},
  author={Sally Tandy and Rosanna W. S. Chung and Alvin Kamili and Elaine Wat and Jacquelyn M. Weir and Peter J. Meikle and Jeffrey S. Cohn},
  journal={Atherosclerosis},
  year={2010},
  volume={213 1},
  pages={142-7}
}
The ability of the fatty acid composition of dietary phosphatidylcholine (PC) to affect hepatic lipid levels was investigated in C57BL/6 mice (n=8-10 per group) by feeding: (1) a high-fat semi-purified diet (HF), (2) HF diet supplemented with 1.25 wt% soy PC (SPC), (3) HF with 1.25 wt% hydrogenated soy PC (SPCH), (4) HF with 1.25 wt% egg PC (EPC), and (5) HF with 1.25 wt% hydrogenated egg PC (EPCH). The polyunsaturated fatty acid content (C18:2+C18:3+C20:4) of soy, egg and hydrogenated PC was… CONTINUE READING

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