PMID: 69778Jul 23, 1977Paper

Alcohol and blood lipids. The cooperative lipoprotein phenotyping study

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W P CastelliW Zukel

Abstract

Data from five study populations participating in the Cooperative Lipoprotein Phenotyping Study indicate strong relations between reported alcohol consumption and blood-lipids. Alcohol consumption was positively associated with high-density-lipoprotein cholesterol level in all populations (r from 0-16 to 0-30), the lipid level appearing to be a graded response even over the low levels of alcohol consumption reported. Less strong but consistently negative correlations were found with low-density-lipoprotein cholesterol. Plasma-triglycerides showed a modest positive correlation with alcohol. The five populations were those of the Albany, Evans County, Framingham, Honolulu, and San Francisco Studies.

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