Interrelations between lipid and carbohydrate metabolism

Normally more than half of a gramm of total lipids is found in 100 ml of human plasma (Onelay and Harvie, 1969). About one third of this is cholesterol while the rest is mainly consisting of triglyeerides and phospholipids. Only lipids which readily enter tissue metabolism are likely to interfere directly with the utilization of glucose. This does apply to… CONTINUE READING