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Effects of dietary sodium propionate on volatile fatty acids and lipid metabolism in rats and pigs



Effects of dietary sodium propionate on volatile fatty acids and lipid metabolism in rats and pigs



Proceedings of the Nutrition Society of Australia 11: 161



Rats were fed on diets containing 5% sodium propionate for 10 days and hepatic cholesterol synthesis was estimated using tritiated water. Plasma cholesterol was reduced from 2.92 +or- 0.12 in controls to 2.36 +or- 0.21 mu mol/ml in rats given propionate.

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