PMID: 6049677Sep 1, 1967Paper

Adipose tissue linoleic acid as a criterion of adherence to a modified diet.

Journal of Lipid Research
S DaytonM L Pearce

Abstract

In elderly, institutionalized men on a diet of high linoleic acid content, there was little correlation after 1 yr between adipose tissue linoleic acid concentration and dining room attendance. The correlation improved thereafter, with a correlation coefficient of +0.81 after 5 yr and +0.74 after 6 yr.

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Fat Pad
Elderly (population group)
Ghee
Homo sapiens
Linoleic Acids
Males
National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey
Obesity
Underweight

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