Low-n-6 and low-n-6 plus high-n-3 diets for use in clinical research.

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Few trials have evaluated the metabolic effects and health outcomes of lowering dietary n-6 PUFA. The objectives of the present paper were (1) to report the methods employed to lower dietary n-6 PUFA, while either increasing or maintaining n-3 PUFA intake and (2) to validate our methods with 24 h recalls and erythrocyte fatty acid analyses. A total of sixty… (More)
DOI: 10.1017/S0007114512005181

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@article{Macintosh2013Lown6AL, title={Low-n-6 and low-n-6 plus high-n-3 diets for use in clinical research.}, author={Beth A Macintosh and Christopher E Ramsden and Keturah R. Faurot and Daisy Zamora and Margaret Mangan and Joseph R Hibbeln and John Douglas Mann}, journal={The British journal of nutrition}, year={2013}, volume={110 3}, pages={559-68} }