Maternal fat supplementation during late pregnancy and lactation influences the development of hepatic steatosis in offspring depending on the fat source.

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In this study we investigate the effects of maternal supplementation with different fat sources (margarine, olive oil, or butter) during pregnancy and lactation on offspring metabolic health in adulthood and under obesogenic conditions. In adulthood and under a high-fat (HF) diet, the margarine group showed lower body fat content than the butter group and… (More)
DOI: 10.1021/jf405161e

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@article{Llopis2014MaternalFS, title={Maternal fat supplementation during late pregnancy and lactation influences the development of hepatic steatosis in offspring depending on the fat source.}, author={Marina Llopis and Juana Sanchez and Teresa Priego and Andreu Palou and Catalina Pic{\'o}}, journal={Journal of agricultural and food chemistry}, year={2014}, volume={62 7}, pages={1590-601} }