Frequency of eating and concentrations of serum cholesterol – (12-17-01)

Frequency of eating and concentrations of serum cholesterol

This study finds that the more frequent someone eats, the lower their cholesterol. Knowing that insulin directly stimulates HMG-CoA reductase (the major route of cholesterol production in humans), and knowing that smaller, more frequent meals stabilizes insulin levels, this study is no great shocker. Still interesting, though…

bmj.com Abstracts: Titan et al. 323 (7324): 1286

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