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Effect of dietary fat on plasma lecithin, lysolecithin and sphingomyelin in man



Effect of dietary fat on plasma lecithin, lysolecithin and sphingomyelin in man



Fette: Seifen: Anstrichmittel 82(5): 187-189



Reduction of fat content of the diet decreases total phospholipid in plasma, mainly due to change in the lecithin fraction. The amount of lecithin in subjects given a diet with 25% of the total energy as fat was less than in those given 33% of the total energy as fat. The polyunsaturated:saturated ratio with fat 33% of total energy affected lecithin in blood. With fat 25% of total energy, modification of the fat components did not change the serum lecithin significantly.

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