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Plasma cholesterol and tri glycerides in men with added eggs in the diet


, : Plasma cholesterol and tri glycerides in men with added eggs in the diet. Nutrition Reports International 14(3): 249-260

The effect of dietary cholesterol, (as eggs), superimposed on an otherwise normal diet was followed weekly for 6 wk in 15 young men age 20-30 yr, in 25 young men (age 20-30, and in 21 middle-age men (age 41-66), over an 8 wk period. The young men ingested 2 eggs/day and the middle aged men ate 1 egg/day in addition to their usual diets. The cholesterol and triglyceride levels were measured twice during a 2 wk control period prior to the experimental period, weekly during the experimental period and twice during a 2 wk eggless control period at the end of the test. No significant changes in the plasma cholesterol or triglycerides values were observed after the 6 and 8 wk periods on extra eggs, compared to either of the 2 control periods.

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