Sucrose in a lipid-rich meal amplifies the postprandial excursion of serum and lipoprotein triglyceride and cholesterol concentrations by decreasing triglyceride clearance.

@article{Grant1994SucroseIA,
  title={Sucrose in a lipid-rich meal amplifies the postprandial excursion of serum and lipoprotein triglyceride and cholesterol concentrations by decreasing triglyceride clearance.},
  author={Kh Ia Grant and Melanie Marais and Muhammad Ali Dhansay},
  journal={The American journal of clinical nutrition},
  year={1994},
  volume={59 4},
  pages={853-60}
}
Nineteen young male normolipidemic volunteers sequentially consumed three test meals consisting of cream only, sucrose only, or cream with sucrose. These oral fat-tolerance tests showed an amplification of the postprandial excursion of serum triglyceride and cholesterol concentrations when sucrose was included in a lipid-rich meal compared with both the cream-only meal and the sucrose-only meal. The triglyceride concentration increase occurred only in the late postprandial phase whereas the… CONTINUE READING