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Serum cholesterol concentrations of women on a controlled diet

Ann Stirniman

Serum cholesterol concentrations of women on a controlled diet

by Ann Stirniman

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cholesterol.

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    Statementby Ann Stirniman.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination51 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages51
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14296678M

    Jeff S. Volek, Matthew J. Sharman, Ana L. Gómez, Timothy P. Scheett, William J. Kraemer, An Isoenergetic Very Low Carbohydrate Diet Improves Serum HDL Cholesterol and Triacylglycerol Concentrations, the Total Cholesterol to HDL Cholesterol Ratio and Postprandial Lipemic Responses Compared with a Low Fat Diet in Normal Weight, Normolipidemic Women, The Journal of Nutrition, . No changes in serum fat-soluble vitamin and carotenoid concentrations with the intake of plant sterol/stanol esters in the context of a controlled diet. Metabolism. May;51(5) View.

      The most recent and largest randomized trial of diet and heart disease was the Women’s Health Initiative, in which over 48 women were randomized to a diet low in total fat or their usual diet. The major types of fatty acids decreased proportionally, so the type of fat in the diet, as a percentage of total fat, was not appreciably changed. Objective: To examine the association between concentrations of PFOS and PFOA and total cholesterol in serum during pregnancy taking into considerations confounding by diet. Methods: Danish women who gave birth in –89 and provided a blood sample and reported their diet .

      A direct comparison of the percentage differences between treatments showed that serum LDL cholesterol tended to be higher after the high-protein diet than after the control diet (by ± %; NS), whereas serum triacylglycerol was ± % (P = ) lower after the high-protein diet than after the control diet. Significantly higher concentrations of serum total cholesterol ( ± vs. ± mmol/L, P = ) and a higher intake of soy products ( ± vs. ± g/d, P = ) were observed in postmenopausal women than in premenopausal women. In women, concentrations of serum total cholesterol were ± and


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Serum cholesterol concentrations of women on a controlled diet by Ann Stirniman Download PDF EPUB FB2

Serum cholesterol concentrations of women on a controlled dietCited by: 1. Concentrations of β-sitosterol and its ratio to cholesterol were significantly elevated in participants consuming control diet at 12 weeks (β-sitosterol: p = ; ratio to cholesterol p = ) as well as at 24 weeks (p = ).Cited by: Pearce et al.

randomly assigned 65 individuals with type 2 diabetes aged 20 to 75 years to consume a high protein (30% of total energy) hypoenergetic diet (calories reduced 30% from habitual diet) with either 2 eggs per day ( mg cholesterol per day) or grams of lean protein ( mg cholesterol Cited by: The relationship between blood cholesterol and heart disease is well-established, with the lowering of serum low-density lipoprotein (LDL)-cholesterol being the primary target of preventive therapy.

Furthermore, epidemiological studies report lower risk for heart disease with higher concentrations of high-density lipoprotein (HDL)-cholesterol. There has also been considerable interest in Cited by: Results The low-fat controlled diet significantly lowered all serum parameters analyzed except HDL-C.

Corn fiber supplementation resulted in an additional lowering of serum total cholesterol, triglyceride, and VLDL-C concentrations.

Serum LDL-C and HDL-C concentrations were not significantly altered by corn fiber or wheat fiber by: We tested the hypothesis that a low-fat, vegetarian diet significantly reduces serum total and low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol concentrations in premenopausal women.

In a crossover design, 35 women, aged 22 to 48, followed a low-fat vegetarian diet deriving approximately 10% of energy from fat for 2 menstrual cycles. Azuki Bean Juice Lowers Serum Triglyceride Concentrations in Healthy Young Women Article in Journal of Clinical Biochemistry and Nutrition 43(1).

Reducing blood cholesterol by a healthy diet decrease in serum cholesterol when compared to phytosterols dissolved in edible fat products (Normén et al., ). Esterification of the plant sterols and synergistically decrease LDL and total cholesterol concentrations in the blood.

Table 1. The relationship between blood cholesterol and heart disease is well-established, with the lowering of serum low-density lipoprotein (LDL)-cholesterol being the primary target of preventive therapy. Furthermore, epidemiological studies report lower risk for heart disease with higher concentrations of high-density lipoprotein (HDL)-cholesterol.

Effects of calcium supplementation on serum lipid concentrations in normal older women:: A randomized controlled trial☆ Author links open overlay panel Ian R Reid MD a Barbara Mason a Anne Horne MB, ChB a Ruth Ames a Judith Clearwater a Usha Bava a Brandon Orr-Walker MB, ChB a Fiona Wu MB, ChB a Margaret C Evans a Gregory D Gamble a.

Background— Serum cholesterol concentrations have decreased in the US population. Whether the decline continued during the s is unknown. Methods and Results— We used data from men and women aged ≥20 years who had a total cholesterol determination or reported using cholesterol-lowering medications and who participated in the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey.

To investigate side by side the effects on serum lipoproteins and postprandial glucose and insulin concentrations of beverages enriched with 5 or 10 g. This randomized, placebo-controlled, crossover trial assessed the lipid-altering efficacy of a dietary supplement (tablet form) providing g/day free (non-esterified) plant sterols and stanols versus placebo for 6 weeks as part of a therapeutic lifestyle changes (TLC) diet in 32 men and women with primary hypercholesterolaemia.

Serum triglycerides, total, LDL- and VLDL- cholesterol were not affected while HDL cholesterol concentrations were increased (p = ) by SM diet consumption. No change in cholesterol absorption and cholesterol fractional synthesis rate was observed with supplementation of SM compared to control.

Intraluminal cholesterol solubilization was also not affected by consumption of SM enriched diet. Figure 1: The “recovered” mortality data in the MCE published in (52) found no evidence of cardiovascular benefit from the diet that lowered blood cholesterol concentrations. Instead, survival in participants over 65 years old receiving the intervention diet (blue line) was significantly worse compared to the control group.

This diet-controlled clinical trial estimates the effect of black tea flavonoid consumption on cholesterol concentrations in 57 borderline hypercholesterolemic individuals (total cholesterol concentrations between and mg/dl ( and mmol/L)).Cited by: In contrast, low-fat diets did not increase or decrease the serum concentrations of triglycerides in both premenopausal and postmenopausal women.

The results of this study indicate that a decrease in the consumption rates of fatty foods may help to reduce the concentrations of cholesterol floating in the blood of premenopausal women.

Saturated Fats from Butter but Not from Cheese Increase HDL-Mediated Cholesterol Efflux Capacity from J Macrophages in Men and Women with Abdominal Obesity crease serum HDL-cholesterol. ably among population groups Variations in diet, adiposity, and the use of drugs to lower cholesterol level have led to differences in serum cholesterol concentrations across pop-ulations and over time.3 One recent longitudinal study has clearly demonstrated that CVD mortality is not significantly.

Also, at the end of the study, significant differences were seen between the flaxseed enriched yogurt and control groups in triglycerides and total cholesterol concentrations (p = and p = 0.

OBJECTIVE--To evaluate the long term efficacy of diets in lowering serum cholesterol concentration. DESIGN--Descriptive overview of 16 published controlled trials of six months' duration or longer. SETTING--Trials had been conducted in hospital clinics (6), industry (3), mental hospitals or institutions (3), and in general populations (4).Cited by: Several randomized controlled trials have found that daily consumption of products enriched with plant sterols or plant stanols significantly lowers serum total- and LDL-cholesterol (LDL-C) concentrations.

Approximately two grams of phytosterols per day reduce serum LDL-C by approximately 9 to 14 percent.Serum Leptin Concentrations and Weight Gain in Postobese, Postmenopausal Women Article (PDF Available) in Obesity research 6(4) July with 19 Reads How we measure 'reads'.