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Effect of vegetable oils on animals



Effect of vegetable oils on animals



Gigiena i Sanitariia (7): 45-51



Adult male albino rats, of bodyweight 230 to 240 g, were in 4 groups and given a standard semisynthetic diet containing 45% fat (energy basis) provided solely by unprocessed sunflower oil with additional vitamin E, 4 or 8 mg/rat daily; the semisynthetic diet with 30% fat provided by equal parts of lard and sunflower oil; or a stock diet based on bread, vegetables, oats, meat and milk with 15, 20 and 65% of total energy provided by protein, fat and carbohydrate, respectively.

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