Medium chain triglyceride oil consumption as part of a weight loss diet does not lead to an adverse metabolic profile when compared to olive oil.

@article{StOnge2008MediumCT,
  title={Medium chain triglyceride oil consumption as part of a weight loss diet does not lead to an adverse metabolic profile when compared to olive oil.},
  author={Marie-Pierre St-Onge and Aubrey Bosarge and Laura Lee T Goree and Betty Darnell},
  journal={Journal of the American College of Nutrition},
  year={2008},
  volume={27 5},
  pages={547-52}
}
OBJECTIVE Medium chain triglyceride (MCT) consumption may have a beneficial impact on weight management, however, some studies point to a negative impact of MCT oil consumption on cardiovascular disease risk. This study examined the effects of MCT oil consumption, as part of a weight loss diet, on metabolic risk profile compared to olive oil. DESIGN Thirty-one men and women, age 19-50 y and body mass index 27-33 kg/m(2), completed this randomized, controlled, 16-week weight loss program. Oils… CONTINUE READING
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