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Effects of dietary protein and fat sources on plasma cholesterol parameters, LCAT activity and amino acid levels and on tissue lipid content of growing pigs



Effects of dietary protein and fat sources on plasma cholesterol parameters, LCAT activity and amino acid levels and on tissue lipid content of growing pigs



Journal of Nutrition 110(12): 2467-2479



Effects of dietary protein and fat sources on plasma cholesterol were tested with young male pigs. Diets providing 16 and 42% of metabolizable energy from protein and fat, respectively, were eaten for 12 to 14 weeks. Protein was derived from plant sources, 50% from soya bean meal and 25 each from maize and wheat, or from animal sources, 90% from casein and 10 from lactalbumin.

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