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- Jenkins, David J.A.; Srichaikul, Korbua; Wong, Julia M.W.; Kendall, Cyril W.C.; Bashyam, Balachandran; Vidgen, Edward; Lamarche, Benoicirct; Rao, A. Venketeshwer; Jones, Peter J.H.; Josse, Robert G.; Jackson, Chung-Ja C.; Ng, Vivian; Leong, Tracy; Leiter, Lawrence A.
- Journal of nutrition 2010 v.140 no.9 pp. 1633-1637
- blood lipids; men; blood serum; hypercholesterolemia; women; vegetable protein; experimental diets; barley protein; barley products; casein; lipemic effect; dietary supplements
- ... High-protein diets have been advocated for weight loss and the treatment of diabetes. Yet animal protein sources are often high in saturated fat and cholesterol. Vegetable protein sources, by contrast, are low in saturated fat and without associated cholesterol. We have therefore assessed the effect on serum lipids of raising the protein intake by 5% using a cereal protein, barley protein, as part ...
- Demonty, Isabelle; Lin, Yuguang; Zebregs, Yvonne E.M.P.; Vermeer, Mario A.; van der Knaap, Henk C.M.; Jäkel, Martin; Trautwein, Elke A.
- Journal of nutrition 2010 v.140 no.9 pp. 1615-1620
- naringin; citrus fruits; blood serum; blood lipids; men; women; nutritional intervention; cholesterol; randomized clinical trials; hesperidin; lipemic effect; hypercholesterolemia; dietary supplements
- ... The citrus flavonoids hesperidin and naringin have been suggested to lower blood total (TC) and LDL-cholesterol (LDL-C) both in animal models and humans. However, the evidence from previous studies in humans is not convincing. This study evaluated the LDL-C-lowering efficacy of pure hesperidin and naringin in moderately hypercholesterolemic individuals. A total of 204 healthy men and women with a ...