PMID: 890998Aug 1, 1977Paper

Triglyceride fatty acids confirm a change in dietary fat

Clinical Endocrinology
R A MooreJ Mann

Abstract

The pattern of triglyceride fatty acids has been shown to alter rapidly when normalipaemic individuals eating a normal 'western' diet rich in saturated fats were changed to a diet low in cholesterol and high in polyunsaturated fats. The proportion of triglyceride linoleate was used to monitor the adherence to dietary advice of eleven primary hypercholesterolaemic patients (Type II) presenting to a lipid clinic. Patients adhering to diet showed a fall in serum cholesterol and a rise in triglyceride linoleate; recalcitrant patients showed little change. The estimation of triglyceride linoleate may be an important adjunct to clinical judgement in assessing dietary resistance before resource to drug therapy in hypercholesterolaemic patients.

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