SOYBEAN-PROTEIN DIET IN THE TREATMENT OF TYPE-II HYPERLIPOPROTEINÆMIA

@article{Sirtori1977SOYBEANPROTEINDI,
  title={SOYBEAN-PROTEIN DIET IN THE TREATMENT OF TYPE-II HYPERLIPOPROTEIN{\aE}MIA},
  author={C. Sirtori and E. Agradi and F. Conti and O. Mantero and E. Gatti},
  journal={The Lancet},
  year={1977},
  volume={309},
  pages={275-277}
}
A soybean textured protein induced a 14% decrease of plasma-cholesterol levels after two weeks and 21% after three when substituted for animal proteins in a group of 20 patients with type-II hyperlipoproteinaemia. Comparison of soybean diet with a standard low-lipid diet in the same patients, according to a cross-over protocol, indicated that this hypocholesterolaemic effect was not due to differences in the lipid composition of the two diets. The hypothesis that a soy protein has a… Expand
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