trans fatty acids. 4. Effects on fatty acid composition of colostrum and milk

@article{Pettersen1991transFA,
  title={trans fatty acids. 4. Effects on fatty acid composition of colostrum and milk},
  author={Jon Ramm Pettersen and Johannes Opstvedt},
  journal={Lipids},
  year={1991},
  volume={26},
  pages={711-717}
}
trans Isometric fatty acids of partially hydrogenated fish oil (PHFO) consist oftrans 20∶1 andtrans 22∶1 in addition to thetrans isomers of 18∶1, which are abundant in hydrogenated vegetable oils, such as in partially hydrogenated soybean oil (PHSBO). The effects of dietarytrans fatty acids in PHFO and PHSBO on the fatty acid composition of milk were studied at 0 (colostrum) and 21 dayspostpartum in sows. The dietary fats were PHFO (28%trans), or PHSBO (36%trans) and lard. Sunflower seed oil (4… CONTINUE READING

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