The Effect of Partial Hydrogenation of Dietary Fats, of the Ratio of Polyunsaturated to Saturated Fatty Acids, and of Dietary Cholesterol upon Plasma Lipids in Man.

Abstract

The effect of alterations in dietary fat on the serum cholesterol level has been extensively studied during recent years. Numerous investigations have shown reductions in the serum lipid level of man after the dietary substitution of many vegetable oils for common animal fats or certain tropical oils such as coconut oil (1-11). The relatively high degree of… (More)

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