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AN EVALUATION OF CLINICAL AND LABORATORY FINDINGS IN MALE SUBJECTS ON LONG-TERM, LOW-FAT, LOW-PROTEIN DIETS.

C. Caceres, J. Calatayud, H. Orvis, I. Fawal, R. Thomas, G. Kelser, S. Abraham, A. Anderson
Published 1963 · Medicine

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IN preceding reports1 , 2 data were presented indicating that a group of Trappist monks, subsisting on a diet low in calories, cholesterol, animal fat and protein, did not have serum cholesterol values significantly below those expected for normal males in this country. A second evaluation of the same group was carried out two years later to characterize the serum lipids in these subjects further. The purpose of this paper is to report the additional and composite data and to evaluate the results. Materials and Methods Thirty of 39 previously studied subjects were available for both evaluations. Nine subjects of the original . . .
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