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Hydrogenated fat consumption affects cholesterol synthesis in moderately hypercholesterolemic women



Hydrogenated fat consumption affects cholesterol synthesis in moderately hypercholesterolemic women



Journal of Lipid Research 41(5): 834-839



To determine mechanisms by which hydrogenated fat influences plasma lipid levels, 14 women (65-71 yrs. with LDL-C >=130 mg.dl-1) consumed, for 5-week periods each, a baseline (BL) diet (39% kcal fat, 164 mg chol.1000 kcal-1) and reduced fat diets (30% kcal) where two-thirds of the fat was either soyabean oil (SO), low trans squeeze (SQM), medium trans tub (TM), or high trans stick (SM) margarines, or butter (BT). Plasma lipid levels were analysed at the end of each phase.

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