Whole body oxidation of dietary fatty acids: implications for energy utilization.

@article{Jones1985WholeBO,
  title={Whole body oxidation of dietary fatty acids: implications for energy utilization.},
  author={Peter J. H. Jones and Paul B. Pencharz and Michael Thomas Clandinin},
  journal={The American journal of clinical nutrition},
  year={1985},
  volume={42 5},
  pages={769-77}
}
Whole body oxidation of dietary stearic, oleic, and linoleic acid was measured in males consuming a test diet of normal foods at a level commensurate with energy requirements for 16 days. Labeled stearic, oleic or linoleic acid was consumed with the breakfast meal on either day 8, 11, or 14. Breath samples were analyzed for total CO2 content and 13CO2 abundance. Breath enrichment of 13CO2 after ingestion of labeled substrate was calculated over background 13C abundance with diet only and… CONTINUE READING
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