Oral fat exposure increases the first phase triacylglycerol concentration due to release of stored lipid in humans.

@article{Mattes2002OralFE,
  title={Oral fat exposure increases the first phase triacylglycerol concentration due to release of stored lipid in humans.},
  author={Richard D. Mattes},
  journal={The Journal of nutrition},
  year={2002},
  volume={132 12},
  pages={3656-62}
}
Oral exposure to dietary fat (through modified sham feeding, which entails mastication and expectoration of foods) augments the postprandial triacylglycerol (TAG) concentration, in part, though augmented lipid absorption. This study was designed to characterize early events in this process. At 2200 h, 25 healthy adults (13 men, 12 women) consumed 80 g of almonds (high oleic acid content) and fasted until approximately 0700 h. After placement of a catheter in a hand vein and 4 blood draws at 10… CONTINUE READING