The effect of dietary fat and the repeated withdrawal of small samples of blood cholesterol levels in the rat.

@article{Coleman1960TheEO,
  title={The effect of dietary fat and the repeated withdrawal of small samples of blood cholesterol levels in the rat.},
  author={I. Coleman and J. Beveridge},
  journal={The Journal of nutrition},
  year={1960},
  volume={71},
  pages={
          303-9
        }
}
Extensive studies of the effects of dietary fat on the blood cholesterol levels of man have produced conclusive evidence that certain fats of terrestrial animal origin are hypercholesteremic, while other fats, mostly of vegetable origin, depress plasma cholesterol values (Ahrens et al., '54; Beveridge et al., '55, '56). The active principles of these fats responsible for this divergence in blood cholesterol response in man have not been isolated and adequately characterized. Investigations… Expand
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